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TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 





General Opening 1-12 




Administration and Faculty 
13-27 






Greek Section 28-54 




Student Association 5 5-64 





Clubs on Campus 6 5-85 
(Wko's Who ... 86) 




Communicative Arts 87-100 




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Sports Section 101-126 








General Activities 127-181 









Senior Section 182-18 8 

Directory 189-194 
Advertising 195 




DEDICATION ...to someone new at A. U. 




Time out to write a letter 



DR. EDWARD W. BAUMAN, University Chaplain 



In the teaching part of his job, Dr. Bauman has been 
instructing the classes in the Life and Teachings of Jesus 
and Church History. 

His future plans include starting a course in Christian 
Ethics. 

Counseling is also an important phase of our busy chap- 
lain's life. He is constantly willing to help any student with 
religious or personal problems. 

He has also squeezed in time to have a book, "Interces- 
sory Prayer," published. 

A salute of thanks to Dr. Edward W. Bauman for his 
fine service to our school! 



A newcomer in length of time at The American University, 
Dr. Edward W. Bauman is University Chaplain and Assistant 
Professor of Religion. 

Although Dr. Bauman has been at the University only 
one year, he has participated in many phases of college life. 

He has served as a faculty advisor to College Council 
and as advisor to the Religious Board. In this latter capacity 
he has attempted to coordinate the activities of every reli- 
gious club and group at The American University, whether 
Catholic, Protestant or Jewish. 

A real effort has been made on his part to take interest 
in every student activity. This interest is evidenced by the 
fact that he is a frequent visitor to the athletic teams. He 
observes their practices with enthusiasm. Dr. Bauman is also 
often seen in Clendenen watching play rehearsals. 

Another way he has tried to reach every group on campus 
is through his talks and weekly column in the Eagle. Dr. 
Bauman may be heard in the weekly chapel services held in 
Hurst Hall. And, needless to say, "Chaplain's Corner" was 
one of the most widely read columns in our student news- 
paper. He has also held discussions with sorority and frater- 
nity groups and dorm councils. 

Dr. Bauman's hope for the school is to have a continu- 
ously expanding religious program. He would like to see 
religion become a relevant and appealing part of every 
phase of campus life. He says, "So often religion is put off 
by itself" and he would like it to be, "an exciting part of 
every activity." 




Always ready to say a cheery "Hi! How are you?' 
to the students. 



DEDICATION ...to the "King" of our Deans 



DR. HAROLD E. DAVIS, Dean of Undergraduate College 



A man who has organized many programs and initiated 
many ideas during his eleven year sojourn at The American 
University is Dean Harold E. Davis, formerly Dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences, and now Director of Latin 
American Area Studies in the School of International Service. 

Dean Davis first came to The American University in 
1947. His position at that time was as Chairman of the 
Department of History. He taught Latin American History 
and Government, in addition to having jurisdiction over 
all the courses offered in that area in the College of Arts 
and Sciences. 

The following year, he was named Chairman of the Divi- 
sion of Social Sciences. 

Relieved of part of his work at the University in 1951 
in order to serve on a committee set up jointly by the 
faculty and the Board of Trustees, he helped to study the 
basic problems of the University. In 1952, under the direc- 
tion of Dean Davis, the American Language Center was 
organized. 

Since 1953, when he was appointed to the position, Dean 
Davis has been Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Again in 1958, he was relieved of some duties in order 
to return to teaching and to do some research on Latin 
American History and Government. At this time he returned 
to his former position. 



Among some of his achievements at The American Uni- 
versity was the organizing of the Washington Semester 
Program. He became interested in this idea while he was 
teaching at Hiram College in Ohio, prior to arriving at 
A. U. He was interested in the idea of bringing students to 
Washington to study government in action. 



Dean Davis also worked out, in conjunction with the 
faculty, a program of general education or what is more 
commonly known to students as "basic requirements." 

Another project, the outcome of which has pleased him, 
is that of the system of student counseling. In this he has 
worked with the Orientation Board. He has also set up a 
daytime, undergraduate Communications Department which 
previously had been composed entirely of evening classes and 
was for graduate students. 

The new Family Life Program is still another project 
attributable to the efforts of Dean Davis. 

A contributor and co-author of over a dozen books, he 
has also written many of his own. These include: Makers 
of Democracy, Latin American Leaders, Garfield of Hiram. 
and his latest, just published, Government and Politics in 
Latin America. 




Dean Davis has com- 
pleted 34 years of teach- 
ing. The American Univer- 
sity can justly be proud of 
a man who has devoted his 
service towards the bet- 
terment of the College; a 
man such as Dean Harold 
E. Davis. 



OUR THEME 

Since this is the only American University in the United States of America, 
and one of three in the entire world, we the editorial staff of the 1958 
TALON felt that a theme dedicated to the great name of our university was 
appropriate. Hence, the "break" pages of each section are scenes familiar to 
us as Americans, from a church in Massachusetts to the Redwoods of California. 




ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 







INDEPENDENCE HALL 



A cornerstone of American democracy, symbol of the cornerstone of our 

campus . . . 



Philadelphia, Penna. 



OUR PRESIDENT 




DR. HURST R. ANDERSON 



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Dr. Anderson and Charlie Schools check up on 
our growing university. 





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VICE-PRESIDENT 
Dr. Dayton E. McClain 





TREASURE? 
William O. Nicholls 



DEAN of the UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE 
Dr. Harold E. Davis 





DEAN, SCHOOL of BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Dr. Nathan A. Baily 



ASSOCIATE DEAN of the UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE 

and 

CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of SOCIOLOGY and 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

Dr. Austin Van Der Slice 




DEAN, WASHINGTON COLLEGE of LAW 
John S. Myers 



DEAN, SCHOOL of GOVERNMENT 

and 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

Dr. Catheryn Seckler-Hudson 



DEAN, SCHOOL of INTERNATIONAL SERVICE 
Dr. Ernest S. Griffith 






DEAN of the GRADUATE SCHOOL 
Dr. Richard W. Van Wagenen 



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DEAN of the DIVISION of GENERAL and SPECIAL STUDIES 
Richard M. Bray 



DEAN of STUDENTS 
Dr. Ralph C. John 





ASSOCIATE DEAN of STUDENTS and 

DEAN of WOMEN 

Sally Stevens 



DIRECTOR of STUDENT PLACEMENT 
Robert Jones 





SUPERINTENDENT, BUILDING and 

GROUNDS 

Charlie Schools 



DIRECTOR of ADMISSIONS 
John Wakefield 





REGISTRAR, Lois Torrence 





FOREIGN STUDENT ADVISOR 
Dr. Ernst Correll 



LIBRARIAN, Anne Jensen 



CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of ART 
Ben L. Summerford 



CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of CHEMISTRY 

Leo Schubert 





CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of BIOLOGY 
Sumner O. Burhoe 




CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of COMMUNICATIONS 
Willett Kempton 

CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of EDUCATION 
Samuel E. Burr, Jr. 



CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of ECONOMICS 
Melville J. Ulmer 

CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of ENGLISH 
Merritt C. Batchelder 






CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of FAMILY LIFE 
Mary D. Morris 

CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of HISTORY 
Arthur E. Ekirch, Jr. 



CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of GEOLOGY 
John W. Frey 

CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS and ORGANIZATION . . . Mary Bradshaw 




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CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of LANGUAGES 
Alva L. Davis 




CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of MUSIC 
James L. McLain 



CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of MATH and 
STATISTICS . . . John H. Smith 




CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSO- 
PHY AND RELIGION . . . Harold A. Durfee 




CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
David Carrasco 



CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of PHYSICS 
Bancroft W. Sitterly 




CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT of PSY- 
CHOLOGY . . . Charles K. Trueblood 



GREEKS 




WASHINGTON MONUMENT, 



Greeks, a pillar of friendship in a campus community . . 

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WASHINGTON, D.C. 




THE ALPHA CHI'S CREST with their symbol, the 
Lyre-Bird and open motto, "Together let us see the 
heights." 




Alpha Chi's at Christmas. 




Beta Rho Chapter 




INJURED Alpha Chi, Betty Bunting, gets "the 
treatment" from her sister. 




HALLELUJAH! The second Songfest win for 
the AXO's in three years! 



President 
Barbara Hickman 



1st Vice-President 
May Scott 



2nd Vice-President 
Bette Davis 




Record-Secretary 
M'Liz McLendon 



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Corr. Secretary 
Linda Mondragon 



Cartene Anderson 




Betty Downin 




Linda Engle 





Ellyn Gifford 



Jane Bond Barbara Brodsky Betty Bunting Carolyn Cagle 

A X O 

Back to school again . . . welcomed by a beautiful room newly decorated 
with scarlet and olive green. 

"Casino Lyre" and Dream Cake equal fourteen wonderful pledges . . . Alpha 
Chi's shock A. U. and May Scott with a "gung-ho" basketball team. 

Homecoming hailed by all as our worldly poster wins a trophy and big 
white whale, Moby Dick, at home in all that rain, brings another trophy! 

A wonderful Christmas party at Nancy George's with many legs showing. 
Our thanks to all for Christmas formals, four o'clock permissions and home 
we go for the holiday. 

Exams, exams, exams . . . February and WOW! What a winter. We dig 
out for Gusti's and a party given by our pledges. Initiation gives us eleven 
new lyre-bearers. 

Skit Nite arrives and Bette Davis pulls her hair 'cause our A. U. Bandstand 
will never make TV. 

April brings Songfest with all monotones donning halos. It paid off though! 
We won ( as if you didn't know ) . 

And, after another bout of exams, we're off for the summer. So long! 





Mary Gredone Donna Hinsh 



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Nancy George 




Becky McCann Barbara McWhorter Lissa Powell 




Ann Rawlings 



Rachel Reaney 



Karen Kraus 



Joan Hatch 



Katy Gillispie 



DELTA GAMMA 

Beta Epsilon Chapter 




MARCIA McLAINE, alias Songfest leader, gets the 
DCs voices ready for that BIG night. 



DG JOAN TALBOTT rushes with that Oriental flare. 





Santa is good to D.G.! 



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Peggy Aike 




Paula Ingold 




Anne Austin 



Peggy Byrne 



Lorna Deans 



Barbara Fink 



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Back to school again for the Delta Gamma's and another year is undetway 
. . . the flurry of rushpatties, cookies, and nametags galote — ten new pledges 
added to our ranks. 

Sig Olympics were worth waiting for . . . they added another shiny trophy 
to our collection. Proud we were of Barbara Fink who was chosen Phi Sigma 
Kappa's Moonlight Girl. A festive room decoration (oh, that hay!) and a 
pretty queen were D.G.'s contributions to a successful Homecoming weekend. 

Presents, laughter, and loss of sleep made our annual Christmas party an 
occasion to remember. And, then, that welcomed Christmas vacation for study- 
ing ( ? ) fall semester finals. 

Spring semester came with resolutions from all to really study this time! 
It must have happened, for we really did well when it came to Cap and Gown 
tapping. 



Joan Foreman 




Emily King 




Barbara Schreck Joan Talbott Judy Taylor Sue Phillips 




KAPPA DELTA'S Norman Shield Crest. The 
KD colors are green and white. 




RUDOLPH hits the Kappa Delta room with 
plenty of presents for all. 



KAPPA DELTA 

Beta Iota Chapter 





VIVACIOUS KD Stephanie Roan takes time out 
for sports. 




KD BRENDA HENCKE plays hard against two card- 
sharps. 



President Vice-President Secretary 

Diane Trenery Dotty Brodt Colinda Smith 



Treasurer 
Karen Friedman 



Lenore Armaghanian 



Linda Atkins 



Barbara Barnfather 



Barbara Bowma 



Marcia Burch 




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Mary Lee Cumming 




MiMi Kraye 



A new year with new trophies and new parties. All sorts of fun. Lil Abner 
and White Rose parties mean fifteen new pledges don the Norman shield. 

Homecoming . . . pledges turn out an "out of this world" poster. And, my, 
does our room get cold! Wouldn't you know we'd pick Alaska for our room 
decoration theme? 

Christmas party, presents and modern Santa Claus. Two Christmas deer 
decorate our curtains. 

Exchange coffee hours and loads of fun in the K.D. room on those late 
Friday afternoons. 

Picnics (in March?) . . . Vive la France! A Paris party with fun for all. 

Four K.D. lovelies enter Talon Beauty Queen Contest . . . and, well, just 
look at the trophies! K.D. claims a Beauty Queen, Pat Wormwood, and a 
Princess, Dotty Brodt. 

March and new actives. Pledges are treated to dinner and Big Sisters lose 
their pins, but its worth it! 

Songfest . . . morning (mourning?) practices. Baritone voices and . . . well, 
it was fun, chemise and all. Say "Gay K.D. Enchant" ten times. 

Ah! Nice weather and K.D. mermaid's swim to victory and two new 
trophies. 

And, Springtime and K.D.'s fancies turn to ! ! . . . ! 




Sandra Kelley 




Mary Willi: 



Nancy Worrell 



Beverly Paquin Carol Nicholas 



Harriet Moyer 



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THE CREST of Phi Mu, with the wordage, "The Faithful 
Sisters." Phi Mu's colors are pink and white. 




BRIDGE TABLE chit-chat among the Phi Mu's. 



PHI MU 

Gamma Delta Chapter 




PHI MU'S popular Ginger Porter picks out a 
picture for the Talon. 




LOOKING DOWN from the balcony ... Phi Mu's Spring 
formal at the Woodner. One of the main events of the evening 
was the choosing of Phi Mu's Sweetheart for 1958. 




President 
Sandra Damewood 



Vice-President 
Ginger Porter 



Secretary 
Diane Perkins 



Judith Graha 



Sally Hasenoehrl 




Betty Hyde 





Betty Meyers 



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Back to school . . . newly decorated room through graces of the Paint 
Committee (Ginger, Louise, and Betty). 

Hectic Rush claims fourteen new, wonderful pledges as Phi Mu staggers 
up to thirty-two members. 

Homecoming arrives and "Peanuts and Snoopy" run away (Good Grief, 
Charlie Brown! ) with top prize for float contest. Then, Sally and Barb cage 
number one prize for Poster Contest to sew up the whole deal. 



And we even had fun, didn't we at Rock Creek 
Picnic. That mustard was really bad news. 



at Ye Olde Annual 



Joanne and Ralph buy a ring: follows thusly Les and Frank; Dawn and 
Terry; Sabra and Bill; Betty Meyers grabs a pin. Disappearing fast, aren't we? 

Din Tapner and Mike raising their family by one. Din also cops the Pi 
Delta Epsilon Medal of Merit Award for outstanding work as Eagle Editor. 

Ralph Voight is claimed as our "Sweetheart." Sure, Joanne was happy! 

Ginger chosen "Best Loved Girl" and "Outstanding Senior Sorority Wom- 
an." Dawn Best Loved Sophomore. Many Phi Mu pins seen in College Coun- 
cil. Joanne and Sabra Talon Beauty Princesses. 




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Sandra Orletsky 




Marcia Toselli Carla Van Den Berg Peggy Ward Ginny Whitney Leona Williams Tex Robir, 



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SIGMA RHO'S take time out for chatter. 






President 
Eluska Baruch 



Vice-President 
Marilyn Hockmai 





Secretary 
Steffie Rosenthal 



Treasurer 
Judy Selwyn 




DECORATING for Homecoming! 



SIGMA RHO'S beauteous Marilyn Pollack col- 
lects money for the Orphan's dinner outside 
WAMU. 




Harriett Bennett 




Judith Fleishe 




Maxine Gevenson 




Bayla Goodman 




Anne Kamisky 



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For the First Time, Sigma Rho Fraternity began the school year in a home 
of her own. Besides furnishing our new room, we worked hard this year to 
become a part of the growing campus community, and to establish some 
traditions of our own. 

Recognized on campus as a conditional local sorority for a year and a half, 
we entered many of the annual campus activities for the first time. With the 
help of Panhellenic Council, the guidance of Miss Sally Stevens, and the 
general support and encouragement of the student body, we were able to 
enter into many things new to us . . . some of our "firsts" were Formal Rush, 
The Alpha Sig Olympics, Homecoming weekend, the Christmas festivities, 
and Talon Skit Nite. 

We highlighted the year with our first annual April Dinner-Dance and 
our second annual Blood Donor Day. Our special pride was our first formal 
pledge class. 

The year brought a sense of accomplishment, but it certainly was not all 
work. Our greatest achievement was our feeling of closeness and friendship 
that made us a true sisterhood. 

It has been another year for memories. Books . . . Pins . . . Rings . . . 

Yes, it was a Big Year for all of us! 





Arlene Gilbert 




Barbara Janos 




Phyllis Klein Kim Lomerhez Roberta Marcus Rita Meyer Marilyn Pollack Marci Schnee 




Barbara Segall Rosalie Strauss Phyllis Weiner Bettina Weintrop Janice Rothenberg Harriet Madesh Hilda L 




ALPHA 

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I ^V'^ ''! f-f CHRISTMAS TIME at Alpha Sig . . . President 

■ - .irt.'' J V-" *' Ty-VN of the chapter, Glen Pond does a jitterbug -with 

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-*"^X v< ^31 s''^ : *v ,; i* 7$ *.' Barbara Schreck. Question: Where's the mistle- 

^^SS^^Aj&ufta^&v* 'A II pik We score at Homecoming with Most Humorous poster 

«-.'-•'.. ■ ^■ilh^Ku). : .;V \ -v \' and float . . . Glenda Casey, our nominee, chosen Home- 

BROTHER BELL tells them how to get the float coming Queen. 

out from under the patio's overhang. By the 

way, they made it! Myra Harshman chosen Fraternity Sweetheart . . . many 

Talisman roses . . . Beta Chi visited by Grand National 
President, George Akre. 
Rush parties and that "rowboat" incident starts a fall Actives skin alums 6 ~° at annual football . . . basketball 

semester . . . "Old Gal" adds 37 pledges to her scrolls ... in a draw • • ■ Mac captains Eagle's matmen ... the un- 

brothers seen in many campus activities. Vest shows up expected happened with Rumpf getting pinned . . . Chapter 

with TR-3 . . . Sig Olympics and those pie-splashed faces shocked to hear of Dean Bentley's illness . . . thankful for 

initiate annual event . . . Debozy with the torch. his s P eed y recovery . . . 

Petrini yields gavel to Pond who leads through second 
Pinnings, pinnings and good exchange parties . . . eight sem ester . . . Mufti still going strong, friendly as ever. Our 

brothers down the drain . . . Brothers Davis, Debozy and famed torpe do-head "removed" temporarily . . . exchanged 

Hawk added to active list in November. Founders Day w - t j 1 ^j^ cert j n cate 

Banquet initiates 113th year of Alpha Sigma Phi . . . thanks New Year . ResoIution) parties . . . Saturday night coffee 

to Brother Simpkins for a swell Christmas formal. and doughnuts at the House . . . Spring formal . . . good year! 

OFFICERS 

FALL: 
President Bill Petrini 

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£»-»- ^w ±] Treasurer Jack Jones 

iT jAPK ' Secretary Runs Simpkins 

Corresponding Secretary Jon Hecox 

> . ^L SPRING: 

I jO^ President Glen Pond 

Vice President Herb Jones 

Treasurer Jack Jones 

Secretary Joe Blackburn 

Corresponding Secretary Jon Hecox 





Joseph Blackburn 




Rod Dobozy 



Jerry Fitzgibbons 




Antonio Almario 




Robert Duncan 






Richard Gerard 




Roland Jenkins 




Roger Balcon 




Ned Crawford 




Robert Eckelberry 




Robert Gongloff 





Arnold Danielson 




David Farris 




George Davis 




Richard Ferry 



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Wayne Hamilton 



Herbert Jones 



Jokn Jones 




James McLean 




Ed Pischedd.i 




PhUip Parkii 





Robert Morey 




David Pattison 





Peter Tourtellot 




MYRA HARSHMAN 




Sweetheart of 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Beta Chi Chapter 





DAMMIT . 



MISS A.U. 



Give her a buzz, Joe! 



Alpha Tau Omega's vigorous pledge program certainly 
provided fruitful results. The ATO pledges initiated a foot- 
ball tournament amongst the pledge classes of the other 
fraternities and then proceeded to win the trophy as they 
were undefeated and unscored on during the series. 

The active chapter won the Intramural football champion- 
ship and was the top fraternity in the Intramural swimming 
meet. Pledge Jim Fitzgerald won the Intramural bowling 
tournament. These triumphs along with a third place finish 
in the basketball tournament put ATO far ahead in total 
points toward the Intramural athletic championship. 



ATO's social calendar was highlighted by the annual 
Sweetheart Dance during the first semester. Barbara Shanno, 
wife of active Bob Shanno, was chosen ATO Sweetheart 
for 1958. 

For the second year in succession, Alpha Tau Omega won 
Talon Skit Nite. 

Local Taus were also prominent in school politics with 
Comptroller of College Council, Jack Patrick, and President 
of the Senior Class, Francis Moriarity. 




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THE MEN OF ATO. 




Duval Agee 




Arthur Cameron 



James Collier 




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Robert Gingell 





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Charles Covell 






David Cassell 




Elwin Clark 




Richard Hulbert 




John Keaveny 



Richard Keys 



Donald Knight 



Thomas Kurtz 




Lou Maxwell 



Roy Mayer 





Ronald Malley 




William McDanaJd 




Richard O'Neill 





Alvin Warner 



Thomas Winebrenner 



Robert Yeager 



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Sweetheart of 

ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Epsilon Iota Chapter 





PHI EPSILON PI 



Our first year as a national chapter of Phi Ep was a huge 
success. Beta Beta won the scholarship trophy with a record 
high average. We also won the Intramural Athletic Trophy 
for our prowess on the courts and field. A good year for 
trophies we might say! 

Our social functions were enjoyed by all, including the 
Playboy Formal and Spring weekend which consisted of 
beach parties, banquets and balls. 



Our Dream Girl, Liz King, was crowned at the Alumni- 
Parents-Chapter Banquet held on April 12. 

Fraters Frank Wiess and Joel Comito led the Varsity 
Basketball team to the Mason-Dixon Conference Champion- 
ship, the Eastern Regional NCAA Small College Champion- 
ship, and into the first round of the National Championship 
in Indiana. 

Truly a great year for the Phi Ep's of A.U. 




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Charles Bogdonoff 





George Diamond 



Mickael Engelhardt 




Jerry Herson 




Abbey Butle 



Dick Hinderste 




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Joel Con 







Martin Gelfand 





Jose Gimenez 



Steve Karsch 



Maurice Karyo 



Dick Kaufman 





Harry Lawson 



Donald Levtne 




Bert Meyers 





Irv Mondshein 



Robert Paquin 



Stewart Seltzer 




Jerry Slutsky 




Frank Paulson 






Neil Sherman 





Nasser Victory 




Arthur Rosenberg 



Saul Weinberg 



Frank Weiss 



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PHI EPSILON PI 
Beta Beta Chapter 



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Just shooting the breeze. 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



This was a good year for old Phi Sig. We had lots of 
fun and plenty of activity. 

We won the intramural track championship . . . mighty 
proud of our team. 

For Talon Skit Nite, we turned "medical" and did a 
spoof on the campus infirmary. Who knows, Larry Weimer 
may be a doctor yet! (UGH! ) 



When it comes to picking dream girls, we think we did 
fine . . . Barbara Fink was our choice. 

As usual, for Songfest we couldn't resist the urge to be 
different. This year it was black faces, top hats and big 
bow ties. We did better on our singing this year too (at 
lease we think we did! ) . 




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Thomas Outerbridge 



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Irvin Schindle 





Walt Vollmecke 





Fred McGrady 




Vincent Rivellese 





Walter Tompkins 




John Ward 



Steven Weitzman 





John Moyer 





Frank Scotton 






Thomas Kya 



Howard Witt 




BARBARA FINK 



Sweetheart of 

PHI 
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THE PANHELLENIC COUNCIL: First roxv, left to right: Nancy George (AXO), Barbara Hickman 
(AXO), Glenda Casey (DG), Sandra Damewood (Phi Mu), and EHane Trenery (KD). Second row: 
Eluska Baruch (Sigma Rho), Phyllis Weiner (Sigma Rho) and Jeanette Brown (DG). 



THE IFC: First roxv, left to right: Jack Patrick (ATO), Herb Jones (Alpha Sig), Dr. Clark, advisor; 
Manny Fleischer (Phi Sig), Jack Kreuter, (Phi Ep). Second roxv: Glen Pond (Alpha Sig), Dave Patti- 
son (Alpha Sig), Bob Shanno (ATO), Bill Petrini (Alpha Sig), Mickey Agee (ATO), Jack Jones 
(Alpha Sig), John Jones (Phi Sig), Jerry Herson (Phi Ep) and Don Mensh (Phi Ep). 




STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




Smoky Mountain National Park, Tennessee 



COLLEGE COUNCIL 



Nominations . . . voting . . . elections ... all the hard 
work and brilliant campaigns . . . and finally election re- 
turns are in and next year's College Council officers are 
named. 

As the governing body of The American University, 
Student Association College Council supervises the affairs 
of campus life through the administration of the various 
boards. The chairman of each board is a member of College 
Council. The Boards which are presented are the Arts, 



Athletic, Communications, Elections, Publications, Religious, 
Scholastic Achievement, Orientation and Social Boards. 

Other segments of the Student Association include the 
Student Health and Welfare Committee, the Student Pub- 
licity Committee, the Finance Committee and the Student 
Association Judiciary. 

Other members of College Council include the four ex- 
ecutive officers of the Council, the vice-presidents of the four 
classes, and an elected male and female representative from 
each class. 



The Members of College Council 






KENNETH ROLLINS 
President 



JACK KREUTER 
Vice-President 



STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



The biggest project undertaken this year by College Coun- 
cil was the revising of the Student Association Constitution. 
This job was accomplished mainly through the efforts of 
the Constitutional Revision Committee, chairmaned by Ken 
Rollins. Other members of the Committee were Jack Kreu- 
ter, Jack Patrick, Ginger Porter, Rich Gerard, Dave Pattison 
and Dean Sally Stevens. Under these revisions, the com- 
plement of the College Council has been changed and is 
now composed of the four executive officers of the Student 
Association, the Chairman of the Campus Centerboard, the 



Chairman of the Women's and Men's Intramurals, the 
Chairman of the Inter-Religious Club Council, four rep- 
resentatives from the Inter-Club Council, the Editors of the 
Yearbook, Newspaper, the Literary Magazine, the Station 
Manager and fourteen members-at-large elected by the stu- 
dent body from the three upper classes. 

The aid and encouragement of the Deans and the faculty 
advisors to College Council have stimulated that body to 
fulfill its objectives. 





JACK PATRICK 
Comptroller 



GINGER PORTER 

Secretary 



THE 
SENIOR ' 
CLASS J* 




OFFICERS: Ken Munsey, Glenda Casey, Francis Moriarty and Valerie Markwood. 




THE 

JUNIOR 

CLASS 



OFFICERS: Dave Pattison, Jim Trimble, Jeanette Brown and Russ Simpkins. 



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THE 

SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 



OFFICERS: Grace Burr, Rich Gerard, Peggy Ward and Don Knight. 



THE 

FRESHMAN 

CLASS 




OFFICERS: EHck Kaufman, Mike Rappaport, Ginny Laubenstein and Mimi Krayer. 



Board Chairman: Sue Netterstrom 

Pictured, Left to Right: Barbara Stofli, 
Sue Netterstrom, and Nasser Victory. 




ARTS BOARD 




Board Chairman: Sophie Cukier 

Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: Stephanie 
Roan, Karen Friedman, Lesley Boal, and Sophie 
Cukier. Second Roiv: Joel Comito, Skip Morgan, 
and Jim McLean. 



ATHLETIC BOARD 



Board Chairman: Shep Morgan 

Pictured, Left to Right, First Rotv: Jane 
McCorkel, Mary Tochterman, Jean 
O'Connor, and Pat Worm-wood. Second 
Rotv: Jerry Fitzgibbons, Richie Roth- 
bard, and Shep Morgan. 




COMMUNICATIONS BOARD 




Board Chairman: Wayne Shufelt 

Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: Co- 
linda Smith, Joyce Levine, and Carla 
Vandenberg. Second Row: Wayne Shu- 
felt and John Riddle. 



ELECTIONS BOARD 



Board Chairman: Artie Rosenberg 

Pictured, Left to Right, First Roiv: Marilyn 
Pollack, Pat Collins, Artie Rosenberg, and 
M'Liz McLendon. Second Roiv: Norman Davis, 
Bob Cooper, and Joe Cannon. 




PUBLICATIONS BOARD 




Board Chairman: Catherine Ogilvie 

Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: 
Dr. Ferguson, Phil Levy, Catherine Ogil- 
vie, and Dr. Bauman. Second Row: Don 
Jackson, Bob Kimmins, David Bugler, 
Mary Ann Bell, Betsy Webster, May 
Scott, Wilda Weber, Ted Calloway, Ra- 
chel Raney, Gleen Koontz, Bette Davis, 
Bud Kibbe and Jon Iseminger. 



RELIGIOUS BOARD 



Board Chairman: Frank Weiss 

Pictured, Left to Right: Sally Hasen- 
oehrl, Frank Weiss, and Peggy Aiken. 




SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT BOARD 







Board Chairman: Sabra Paris 

Pictured, Left to Right: Paul Finfer, Karen 
Friedman, Sabra Paris, and Joe Cannon. 



THE SOCIAL BOARD 



Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: 
Jack Kreuter, Jon Hecox, Burt Steph- 
ens, Bob Turell, Dave Pattison, Paul 
Finfer, Sabra Paris, Joe Blackburn, Glen 
Pond, and Russ Simpkins. Second Row: 
Ellen Swartzchild, Marcia RubinofF, 
Jean O'Connor, Joyce Levine, Karen 
Friedman, Colinda Smith, Betty Hubbs, 
Pat Collins, Judy Parsons, Lesley Boal, 
Mary Ann Bell, Joan Talbott, Barbara 
Schreck, Jeanette Brown, Ginger Porter, 
Marcia McLaine, Glenda Casey. Third 
Row: Don Knight, Joe Cannon, Dick 
Harshman, Rich Gerard, Roland Jen- 
kins, Jim Piper, Nasser Victory, Jerry 
Herson, Ron Crown, and Artie Rosen- 
berg. 



THE ORIENTATION BOARD 

Board Chairmen: David Pattison 
Sabra Paris 




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COLLEGE UNION (CAMPUS CENTERBOARD) 

Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: Sarah Lipsitz, Ginny 
Heyer, Valerie Markwood. Second Row: Herb Jones, 
Jon Hecox, Don Knight, and Bud Kibbe. 




CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION COMMITTEE 

Pictured, Left to Right: Rich Gerard, Dave Pattison, 
Ken Rollins, Jack Kreuter, Jack Patrick. Center: Dean 
Stevens. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Pictured, Left to Right: Mr. Nicholls, Walt Voll- 
mecke, Levon Garabedian, Jack Patrick, Neil Sher- 
man, Laura Kunc, Frank Gatof, Jerry Fitzgibbons, 
Marica Rubinoff, and Ellyn Gifford. 



STUDENT ASSOCIATION JUDICIARY 




Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: Ginny Heyer, Kathy 
Smith, Marcia McLaine, Miss Hawke. Second Row: Col. 
Van Way, Lee Baer, John McQuiston, Harold Peterson, 
Cindy Powell, and Gerald Clements. 



STUDENT HEALTH AND WELFARE COMMITTEE 

Pictured, Left to Right: Frank Weiss, Bettina Wein- 
throp, Jack Kreuter, and Neil Sherman. 





FRESHMAN WOMEN'S DORM COUNCIL 



Pictured, Left to Right: Karen Fried- 
man, Diane Trenery, Heidi Offenburger, 
Peggy Ward. 



Pictured, Left to Right, First Roiv: Nancy Shumacher, 
Oliva Dennis, Marcia Toselli, Phyllis Glazer, Betty 
Hubbs, Natalie Salkind. Second Row: Stephanie Roan, 
Dot Siler, Linda Jacobson, Jackie Winegarten. 




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HOUSE COUNCIL 



Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: 
Ronnie Ladd, Roland Jenkins, and Mike 
Rappaport, Second Row: Dan Margolis, 
Saul Weinberg, Jimmy Williams, and 
Jack Jones. 



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INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 



Pictured, Left to Right: Toni Weber, Jeanette Brown, 
Bette Hubbs, Ginger Porter, Marcia Rubinoff, and Dot 
Siler. 



TRI-COUNCIL 



INDIVIDUAL ORGANIZATIONS 




The A.U. Chorus 

A fine blend of voices, all stu- 
dents at American University, 
the A.U. Chorus has done sing- 
ing for various groups around 
town. On campus, they are to 
be remembered for their fine 
Christmas presentation. 




Included in the picture are: Bob Albert, Lee Baer, Jon Iseminger, Eleanor Kasab, Bud 
Kibbe, Sharon Lawrence, Dr. McLain, Gordone Marshall, Mr. Nelson, Anne Notting- 
ham, Joan Nugents, Carolyn Owens, Cindy Powell, Margie Reger, Tom Ryan, Ruth 
Ann Seabright, Phyllis Schuman, Randy Schurer, Carrie Smith, Nadine Smith, Sylvia 
Shaw, Sally Stretton, Walter Tucker, and Betsy Webster. 




Pictured, Left to Right, First Rote: Dr. Yocum, Elliot Denniberg, Starr Saphir, Ash- 
ley Hawken. Second Roiv: Rachel Reaney, Mindy Smith, Melas Ann Rosen, Pat Fasolt, 
Carole Robby, Ann Berlin, Wally Hill. Third Row: Joe Cannon, Sue Netterstrom, 
Toni Weber, Ann Rawlings, Jo Hovermale, Ginger Porter. Fourth Row: Mickey 
Agee, Jerry Lee Nelson, and David Jason. 



The A. U. Players 

A.U.'s answer to Broadway is 
found in the group called the 
A.U. Players. All work and many 
plays could be this industrious or- 
ganization's motto. We thank 
them for their many fine presen- 
tations. 



Cheerleaders 

Yea Team! This year the cheerleaders de- 
serve a great deal of credit for helping our 
Mason-Dixon Champs on their road to 
victory. With their spirited cheers and 
manner they gave loads of pep to our 
games. 



Pictured, Left to Right, First Roiv: Dee 
Lundy and Ginny Laubenstein. Second 
Row. Ginger Porter, Diane Trenery, Mimi 
Krayer, Anne Austin. Top: Joe Cannon. 





Chemistry Club 

An affiliate of the American Chemical So- 
ciety, the American University Chemistry 
Club draws members from all the science 
departments. Dr. Leo Schubert is the spon- 
sor of the group, which provides movies, 
lectures, visits, and other activities of in- 
terest to those belonging to the Chemistry 
Club. This year, the American Institute of 
Chemistry recognized a member, Martha 
Rose Dorf, with an award. 



Chess Club 

Check-mate! The Chess Club is a 
group based on a mutual interest 
in this ancient and fascinating 
pastime. Its meetings, held every 
Friday during school, give its 
members opportunity to improve 
their strategy in this game. 




Included in this picture are: Ann Berlin, Joe Duvall, Sarah Ferguson, Wally Hill, Ken 
Lockey, Jerry Lee Nelson, Tom Ryan, Randy Schurer, Ron Sheppard, Alan Stone, and 
Jim Strauss. 




Der Deutsche 

Verin . . . 
German Club 

Any student of German may be- 
come a member of this organiza- 
tion. Meetings are carried on in 
German to further the member's 
use of the language. 



Pictured, Left to Right: Joe Cannon, Karen Friedman, and Jim Trimble. 




Economics Club 

This club offers American Uni- 
versity students interested or ma- 
joring in economics an opportu- 
nity to further their knowledge of 
this field. It sponsors weekly 
luncheons and talks. 



Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: Frank Gathof, Ashley Hawken, Ron Sheppard, Judy 
Graham, Ted Thomas. Second Row. John Riddle, Laura Kunc, Florence McGregor, 
Ed Piefer, Pete Tiches. Third Roiv: Mr. Murray, Dick Williams, Robert Stump, Joe 
Duvall, Bob Yeager, Mac Sweeny, Tommy Kurtz, Al Lau, Joe Murphy, unidentified, 
George Certies, and Don Hiner. 



History Club 

Composed of students interested 
in history, the History Club spon- 
sors field trips to historical spots, 
dinner meetings, and a contest 
for the most outstanding paper in 
the field of history. This year, Gin- 
ger Porter won first prize and 
Linda Mondragon second in the 
history essay contest. 




Included in the picture are: Mary Ann Bell, George Davis, Bob Kimmins, Glen 
Koontz, Bruce Landis, Sarah Lipsitz, Ken Lockey, Bob McClees, Dennis McLeavy, 
Robert Morgan, Linda Mondragon, Ginger Porter, and Hope Wellenreiter. 



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Forensic Society 

This society debates and encour- 
ages interest in debate. Only two 
years old at American University 
the club has grown in stature on 
campus. Members debate local 
and national questions. 




Pictured, Left to Right, First Roiv: Sue Strand, Dave Pattison, and Jane Bond. Second 
Rote: Bob Woodford (Washington Semester Student), Ed Pischeda, and Phil Pratt. 




International 
Relations Club 

Recently formed, this club deals 
with problems of the world in the 
field of international relations. 



Included in the picture are: Peggy Aiken, Ann Bergman, Jane Bond, Fletcher Carri- 
ger, Patty Collins, Dell Hatch, Carole Nicholas, Phil Parkinson, Dave Pattison, Rita 
Steinmark, Sue Strand, Jeanette Todd, Joyce Young, Nasser Victory, and Barbara 
Wells. 



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Junior Alliance 
Francaise 

Parlez-vous francais? If you do, 
the French Club is your petit-four! 
This group is for all students in- 
terested in French and the people 
of France. French films, outings, 
and discussion groups are often 
held for members of the group. 



Pictured, Left to Right, First Roiv: Mary Ann Bell, Karen Friedman, Joan Coury. 
Second Rorv: Joyce Levine and Jack Jones. 



The Men's "A" 
Club 

For men who have merited in the 
field of athletic achievement, the 
varsity "A" Club is the organiza- 
tion to which they have the honor 
of becoming members. In the Fall 
they sponsored their Halloween 
Dance, and in the Spring, held 
their awards banquet. 




Included in the picture are: Jim Apistolas, Joe Cannon, Eddie Clements, Joel Comito, 
Angelo Coscia, Ron Crown, Jerry Fitz gibbons, Sal Fulginetti, Bob Gingell, Don 
Grant, Skip Hockenberry, Jack Jones, Willie Jones, Tom Kurtz, Phil Levy, Blan- 
ton McDanald, Jim McLean, Ken Munsey, Bill O'Brien, Artie Rosenberg, Dave Rowe, 
Bill Sass, Frank Scotten, Walt Sweeney, Ted Thomas, Dickie Wells, and Frank Weiss. 



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Music Club 



For students who enjoy good mu- 
sic and are interested in further- 
ing their knowledge of it. This 
year they sponsored a costume 
dance in Clendenen Gymnasium. 
They also sponsor student recitals. 




Included in the picture are: Robert Alpert, Jon Iseminger, Sharon Lawrence, Leo 
Kanub, Sharon Lawrence, Gordon Marshall, Carolyn Owens, Cindy Powell, Jack Reeder, 
Tom Ryan, Phyllis Schuman, Sylvia Sh aw, Nadine Smith, Walter Tucker, Betsy 
Webster. 




Pan Athnon 

The members of Pan Athnon 
work toward fellowship and so- 
cial goodwill among the students 
who come to A. U. from foreign 
countries. Social activities and 
common academic interests help 
the club fulfill its goals. 



Included in the picture are: Sonia Acosta, Anais Arslanian, Tony Bicknell, Joyce 
Bouvier, Fletcher Carriger, Abdol Faris, Herb Hamburger, Carmen Hernandez, 
Robert Kimmins, Leo Klein, Rolf Kleindienst, Cleo Knaub, Iwana Lezecke, Jim 
Louie, Dave Pattison, Barbara Reason, Lucille Reyer, Louise Scott, Muhammed 
Shams, Kathy Smith, Mil Snyder, Mai HeeSon, Jeannette Todd, David Tom, Nasser 
Victory, Warren Wilner, Louise Zollars. 




Political Club 



The "Polysci" Club is a new club formed by those 
students interested in political science. 

At left, the President of the Club conducts a dis- 
cussion at one of the regular meetings. 

Speakers have been featured at some of the Club's 
meetings. 



Society For The 

Advancement Of 

Management 

S.A.M. is a business-social group 
formed of students from the 
School of Business Administration. 
Both practical business experi- 
ence and social activities are part 
of this group's program, which 
also features field trips, dances, 
and meetings with special speakers. 




Included in the picture are: Bob Carroll, Sophie Cukier, Jerry Donovan, Doug Dye, 
Jerry Fitzgibbons, Martha Flolo, Levan Garabedian, Dick Gay, Bob Himmersbach, 
Donna Krause, Bob Lampit, Don Mackey, Blanton McDanald, Paul McDonald, Rosa- 
lind McMahon, Ralph Morrison, Ken Munsey, Joe Murphy, Frank Paulson, Dick 
Peterson, Harold Petersen, Bill Rhodes, Dave Rowe, Bob Shanno, George Shugars, 
Bob Sibley, Joan Stevenson, Ted Thomas, Carla Vandenburg, and Andy Yankwitt. 




Included in the picture are: Harry Barnett, Dr. Burhoe, 
Nancy Edwards, Bette Hubbs, Bill McConnaughy, Judy 
Miller, Mary Photias, Fletcher Carriger. 



Pictured are, Left to Right: Linda Mondragon, Rebecca Mc- 
Cann, Ellyn Gifford, Karen Kraus. 



Society of Asclepics 

Membership in Asclepics, the society of pre-dental and 
pre-med students, is open to all interested in either or both 
of these fields. 

This year the Asclepics used a high degree of originality 
in designing the many posters announcing meetings. 



Spanish Club 



Amigos! Interested in Spanish language, culture, and/or 
customs? If you are, you should be a member of this lively 
Club. Membership is open to everyone who's interested in 
Spanish. 



Women's "A" Club 



The members of the Women's "A" Club are those inter- 
ested in campus sports for women. Not only does this active 
group work at making recreational facilities available for 



women, but it also interests itself in both intramural and 
extramural women's sports, and holds a Banquet each fall 
and a picnic in the Spring. 




Pictured are, Left to Right, First 
Row: Sabra Paris, Diane Trenery, 
Ginger Porter, Leslie Boal, Sophie 
Cukier. Second Row: Barbara 
Diggs, Colinda Smith, Dee Lundy, 
Pat Gofsick. Third Row: Brenda 
Hencke, Karen Friedman, Carla 
Vandenburg. 



HONORARIES 




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SUNRISE OVER THE ROCKIES 



Alpha Psi Omega 

An honorary for outstanding Uni- 
versity Players . . . 




Pictured, Seated, Left to Right: Mindy Smith, Ginger Porter, Jean O'Connor, and 
Starr Saphire. Standing, Left to Right: Elliott Denniberg and Dr. Yocum. 




Cap And Gown 

A women's local honorary in 
scholarship and leadership . . . 



Pictured, Left to Right: Jean O'Connor, Linda Mondragon, Glenda Casey, Sandra 
Damewood, Ginger Porter, and Dotty Brodt. 




Delta Theta Phi 

A legal fraternity at The Wash- 
ington College of Law . . . 



Pictured are: Bruce McKee, Charles Brown, George Ballman, Gene Pulliam, Richard 
Mountfort, Lawrence C. Miller, John McCallum, James G. Sampas, Barry D. Mur- 
phy, Richard A. Overill, Robert L. Minor, Herbert W. Jorgensen, James N. Day, 
John Dawson, James Sherman, James G. Schurlock, and Donald Jacobs. 



Delta Sigma Rho 

An honorary in debating . . . 




Pictured, Standing, Left to Right: Dale Wolgamuth, David Pattison, Ken Rollins, 
Francis Moriarty, and Dr. Yocum. Seated: University President, Dr. Hurst R. Ander- 



Kappa Delta 
Epsilon 

An honorary for women in 
the field of education . . . 




Included in this picture are: Peggy Byrne, Joan Coury, Ruth Dinkle, Joyce Levine, 
Catherine Ogilvie, Emily King, Kathy Risden, Barbara Schreck, Joan Talbott, and 
Mrs. Devor. 




Kappa Phi Kappa 

An honorary for men in 
education . . . 



Included in the picture are: Dr. Burr, Dr. Devor, Jack Jones, Ron Ladd, Phil Levy, 
and Glen Pond. 




Omicron Delta 
Kappa 

Men's leadership honorary . . 



Pictured, First Row, Left to Right: Prof. Pope, Dean Bentley, Dr. John, Frank Weiss, 
Dr. Clark, and Ron Ladd. Second Row: Elliot Denniberg, Dave Pattison, Ron Crown, 
Jim Williams, Jack Kreuter, Jack Jones, Francis Moriarty, Jerry Fitzgibbons, Shep- 
ard Morgan, and Jerry Donovan. 



Phi Alpha Theta 

Honorary in history . . . 



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Pictured, First Row, Left to Right: Ginger Porter, Linda Mondragon, and Glenda 
Casey. Second Row: Dean Davis, Ben Cotton, and Col. Robert Duff. 



Phi Delta Delta 

Women's legal honorary . . . 




Pictured: Lucy Lee Andes, Rosemary Carr, Loretta Guenthner and Ethel Braswell. 




Pi Delta Epsilon 

Honorary in communications . . . 



Pictured, First Roui, Left to Right: Burt Stephens, Roland Jenkins, and Norman 
Davis. Second Row: Valerie Markwood, Joe Cannon, Shep Morgan, and Pat Collins. 



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Pi Gamma Mu 

Social Science honorary . . . 



Pictured: Linda Mondragon, Dean Davis, Ben Cotton, Erwin Alpern, Ginger Porter 
and Irma Hochstein (seated). 









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Sigma Delta Chi 

Men's journalism honorary . . . 



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Theta Sigma Phi 

A women's honorary in the 
field of journalism . . . 




Pictured ,Left to Right: Charlotte Kabota, Jean Haberland, Jean O'Connor and Lee 
Levy. 




The University 
Honor Society 

Composed of members of the fac- 
ulty and selected students . . . 



A luncheon gathering of the society 



RELIGIOUS GROUPS 




Faith of our fathers . . . country church in New England 




Canterbury Club 

Canterbury Club is the Episcopal 
students' group. At weekly meet- 
ings, the members engage in 
guided discussions on topics of re- 
ligious and social interest. Speak- 
ers are sometimes invited to ad- 
dress the club as features of its 
program of varied activities. 



Included in this picture are: Phil Allen, David Bugler, Ted Calloway, Judy Eastern, 
Sue Hallett, Lorenzo C. Handy, Rev. Jack Harris, Mr. Mason, Anna Ney, Monica 
Redisch, Col. Van Way, Phyllis Hope Wellenreiter. 



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Hillel Foundation 

The Hillel Counselorship of B'nai 
B'rith is the Jewish students' or- 
ganization. This group works to- 
wards good interfaith relations 
and the advancement of Judaism 
among the Jewish students. 

On May 4, at the Hillel Awards 
Banquet, jointly sponsored by the 
American University and George 
Washington University groups, 
Martha Rose Dorf of A. U. re- 
ceived a golden key, the highest 
honor given. At the same Ban- 
quet, Philip Levy, a former Hillel 
President at A. U., received a book 
award. 




Pictured, Left to Right, First Row: Frank Paulson, Paul Kramer, Philip D. Levy, 
Dr. Bauman. Second Row: Rachel Gilbert, Janet Fishman, unidentified, Rita Meyers, 
Beverly Deitz, Tema Weiss. Third Row: Paul Katz, Dick Kauffman, Andy Yankwittz, 
Abbey Butler, Jack Kreuter, Bob Alpert, Nasser Victory. Fourth Row: Jim Trimble, 
Arthur Rosenberg, Frank Weiss, Jack Jones. 



Methodist 

Student 
Movement 

M. S. M., a Methodist student 
movement, has as its goals the 
promotion of closer relationships 
between religion and higher edu- 
cation, the furtherance of under- 
standing of the church, and the 
spreading and practicing of Chris- 
tian fellowship. 




Included in this picture are: Dr. Bauman, Carolyn F. Cagle, Ted Calloway, Carolyn 
Deputy, Ruth G. Dinkle Robert Gongloff, Anna Jo Hovermale, Jack Jones, Bud 
Kibbe, Robert Kimmins, Phil Levy, Cathy Ogilvie, Bob Pine, Marcia Schnee, May 
Scott, Wilda Weber, Gene Weikert, Joyce Young. 




Newman Club 

The Newman Club's membership 
is made up of both Roman Cath- 
olic students and non-Roman 
Catholics interested in learning 
about and understanding Catholi- 
cism. During Lent the club makes 
arrangements for special Masses 
and Lenten services. 



Included in this picture are: Vince Accardi, Paul Barnard, Bob Devaney, Cathy Dough- 
erty, Frank Gathof, Don Jackson, Angie Lupis, Paul Madison, Joan Stevenson. 




WHO'S WHO 



Ginger Porter 

Jean O'Connor 

Sandra Damewood 

Bill Petrini 

Norman M. Davis 

Jack Jones 

Burt Stephens 



Sabra Paris 

Valerie Markwood 

Diane Trenery 

Ron Crown 

Jack Patrick 

Kenneth Rollins 

Frank Weiss 



COMMUNICATIVE ARTS 




A typical American theater group rehearsal scene 



The American University Players 
Present 

THE MALE ANIMAL 




The Party Scene: Amid a festive birthday party memories of long ago are relived as Ellen's (Ginger Porter) old Ail-Ameri- 
can flame (Tim Rice) comes back to make havoc of her married life -with Tommy (Elliott Denniberg). Looks like a grea* 
party ahead! 



CAST 



CLEOTA Gail Fasolt 

ELLEN TURNER Ginger Porter 

TOMMY TURNER Elliott Denniberg 

PATRICIA STANLEY Ann Berlin 

WALLY MYERS Wallace Hill 

DEAN FREDERICK DAMON .... Lawrence Baker 



MICHAEL BARNES David Smith 

JOE FERGUSON Timothy Rice 

MRS. BLANCHE DAMON Linda Engle 

ED KELLER David Jasen 

MYRTLE KELLER Muriel Saphir 

"NUTSY" MILLER Jonas Fineman 



NEWSPAPER REPORTER Austin Poor 



ASSISTANT 
DIRECTOR 

Ashley Hawken 



SYNOPSIS . . . 

Still timely, Thurber and Nugent's The Male Animal is 
considered by some to be the best of all American come- 
dies. 

Dealing with life on a college campus, the play traces 
the story of Tommy Turner, a young professor who starts 
a snowball of comic catastrophe by telling the editor of 
the college literary magazine that he intends to read a 
letter by Vanzetti in "an obscure little English class." 

This seemingly innocent desire sets off action which 
nearly causes Turner to be dismissed and his wife to 
leave him, for when Turner realizes he must read the 
letter at all costs, and says so, he finds himself up against 
people as determined as he, but in the opposite direction, 
who fear that hearing the letter might cause some stu- 
dents to begin thinking for themselves. To add to his 
trouble, Tommy's wife, Ellen, driven to distraction by fear 
for her husband's threatened career, seems about to leave 
him for an ex-football player and former sweetheart. 

In the end, though, Ellen Turner returns to Tommy, and 
Joe Ferguson, the brawny ex-football player, returns to 
his wife. 

CAST 

CLEOTA Gail Fasolt 

ELLEN TURNER Virginia Porter 

TOMMY TURNER Elliott Denniberg 

PATRICIA STANLEY Ann Berlin 

WALLY MYERS Wallace Hill 

DEAN FREDERICK DAMON .... Lawrence Baker 

MICHAEL BARNES David Smith 

JOE FERGUSON Timothy Rice 

MRS. BLANCHE DAMON Linda Engle 

ED KELLER David Jasen 

MYRTLE KELLER Muriel Saphir 

"NUTSY" MILLER Jonas Fineman 

NEWSPAPER REPORTER Austin Poor 

Assistant Director: Ashley Hawken 




The star takes the stage: a most unhappy fella, Tommy Turner, 
as he gazes ruefully at his wife and Joe Ferguson, -who seem com- 
pletely oblivious to his annoyance. 



Joe Ferguson, Ellen Turner's ex-sweetheart, looks on as Dean Damon waxes emphatic in an argument 
over Tommy Turner's right to read the Vanzetti letter in class. 





ANNE 

OF 

THE 

THOUSAND 

DAYS 



The Tragic Splendor of a Queen 



For their second play of the season, The A. U. Players 
chose Maxwell Anderson's "Anne of the Thousand Days," 
the story of the tempestuous and tragic love of Henry VIII 
and Anne Boleyn. 

Tracing Henry's courtship of Anne, the break with Rome, 
the marriage of Henry and Anne, and her failure to produce 



a male heir to the Throne, the play reaches its climax as 
Henry discards Anne for Jane Seymour. 

Anne, abandoned by Henry and forced to choose between 
exile and a trial which can end only in her death sentence, 
chooses to sacrifice her life rather than disinherit her daugh- 
ter, Elizabeth. 




Shall -we dance? 



CAST 

ANNE BOLEYN Miriam Smith 

HENRY VIII Timothy Rice 

CARDINAL WOLSEY Ashley Hawkins 

THOMAS BOLEYN Gary Vaughan 

HENRY NORRIS Elliott Denniberg 

MARK SMEATON David Smith 

DUKE OF NORFOLK Thomas Ryan 

LORD PERCY, EARL OF 

NORTHUMBERLAND Duval Agee 

ELIZABETH BOLEYN Arlene Gilbert 

MARY BOLEYN Judith Fleisher 

SIR THOMAS MORE Wallace Hill 

MADGE SHELTON Ruth Armstrong 

JANE SEYMOUR Sylvia Navarro 

BISHOP FISHER Brad Willis 

JOHN HOUGHTON David Jasen 

THOMAS CROMWELL Wallace Sherertz 

CLERK James O'Connor 

SERVANTS Jonas Fineman 

James O'Connor 

LADIES-IN-WAITING Sheila Krauser 

Patricia McNeil 

CHORISTERS Medeleine Hill 

Julie Caillouet 
Sally White 
Daisy Smith 

Assistant Director: Carole Robby 




One of the tense scenes from the trial of Anne Boleyn. 



This Way To The Tomb 

The Masque tells the story of the temptation of 
St. Antony on two planes, one of which is the al- 
legorical. The three attributes of Antony — the phys- 
ical, the sensual and the intellectual — are personified 
by Marcus, the peasant; Julian, the poet; and Ber- 
nard, the scholar. The greatest temptations which 
Antony faces are his pride and his fear of death. 
These two are overcome when Antony surrenders 
himself to God. 

The theme is restated in the Anti-Masque when 
Antony's attributes are given contemporary personi- 
fication. Marcus remains the eternal peasant, Julian 
becomes the modern chorus-commentator, and Fa- 
ther Opine ( Bernard ) the doubting intellectual. Fol- 
lowers of Philippa and Father Opine are seen with 
endless quest trying to cull something from every 
religion in their search for faith and love. Even 
when Antony appears, doubting modern man is 
incapable of recognizing him, and yet Bernard even- 
tually must kneel to that which he has denied. 




CAST — Masque: Announcer, Robert Pine; Marcus, James Fitzgerald; Julian, Wallace Sherertz; Bernard, Elliot 
Denniberg; Father Antony, Ashley Hawkins; Gluttony, Wallace Hill; Lechery, Melsa Ann Rosen; Sight, Ann 
Rawlings; A Woman, Muriel Saphir; The Voice, Tim Rice. Anti-Masque: Prologue and Chorus, Wallace Sherertz; 
TV Announcer, Joe Cannon; Father Opine, Elliot Denniberg; Peasants, Ruth Armstrong, Jerry Nelson; The Astral 
Group, Miss Philippa Form, Gail Fasolt; Mobile Worker, Sherin Lawrence; Girl of Leisure, Ruth Ann Seabright; and 
Man of Culture, Cary Smith. 



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The last presentation of the 1957-58 season was 
Moliete's "The Imaginary Invalid." This rollicking 
seventeenth century comic farce, a satire on the medical 
profession, was the last to come from the pen of the 
father of French farce. 

The Imaginary Invalid is a hypochondriac father who 
worships medicine to the point of trying to force his 
daughter to marry a physician so that he can have a 
doctor in the family. 

Fast thinking and acting by Toinette, the family's 
maidservant, saves the unhappy daughter from being 
sacrificed on the Hippocratic altar, and also saves her 
real romance, and at the end of the play, the Imaginary 
Invalid himself is sworn into the medical profession. 





Toinette, the vexing vixen, as she trades wisecracks with the 
Imaginary Invalid. 



CAST 

ARGAN Jerry Lee Nelson 

TOINETTE Marcia Rubinoff 

ANGELICA Muriel Saphir 

CLEANTE Elliott Denniberg 

BELINDA Jacqueline Jalet 

LIVPOL jfames O'Connor 

THOMAS Joseph Cannon 

MR. SYRINGE Joseph Halev 

DR. PURGER Robert Tolin 

DR. GRAVESTONE Donald Sheaffer 

EMILY LEVELHEAD Heidi Offenberger 

DANCERS Linda Harris 

Anne Dunkin 

Mera Mounsey 

Miriam Smith 

Barbara Stolfi 



Is there a Doctor in the House? And how! 



What is that word? Everyone 
tries to help poor Thomas get 
through his speech. 




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Student 
One Acts 

Students interested and work- 
ing in dramatic arts at Amer- 
ican are afforded every op- 
portunity to learn all phases 
of the field. Each year stu- 
dent directors come forth to 
offer their interpretation of 
some work. 



Student directors (from left to right): Mindy Smith, Ashley Hawkins, Elliot Denniberg, 
and Tim Rice hold a conference. Mindy directed "Isolate," which was written by a stu- 
dent, Larry Baker, who received the outstanding service award; Ashley worked on "The 
Ugly Duckling"; Elliot did a Eugene Ionesco work; and Tim Rice did "Spoon River An- 
thology." Not shown is another student director, Starr Saphir, who did "The High School." 



A scene from "Isolate" 
written by Larry Baker 
and directed by Mindy 
Smith. Shown in the ac- 
tion packed scene are 
(left to right) Harry 
Lawson, Dick Roth- 
bard, Tim Rice, and 
John Moyer. 





"Grandma's in the Bar Again, Hue!", 
(above) and "Letitia" (right) were 
written by Dr. Gordon Smith, associate 
professor of music. 



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"Anne of a 
Thousand Days' 



Sets by Sue Netterstrom 




'This Way to the Tomb' 




"Isolate" 



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The man responsible for it all . . . Dr. Yocum, caught by the camera in a typical imposed shot as he watches 
action on stage during rehearsals for "The Imaginary Invalid." 



Another phase of drama 
work some of the students 
learn is make-up. Here 
Elliot Denniberg starts 
■work on Tim Rice, who 
played Henry VIII in 




A la natural ... the "chubby" look . . . add a beard 



And, voila! Henry VIII. 




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WAMU is "on the air." Yes, the radio station at Ameri- 
can University, WAMU, 610 on your radio dial, broadcasts 
from its studios located on campus, seven days a week. Vari- 
ous types of shows are included on the program log such 
as recorded music featuring dixieland, blues, classical, pop 
and show tunes. There are also shows of interest to the stu- 
dents featuring interviews with campus celebrities. WAMU 
circles the globe twelve times a day to bring you news, 
sports, weather and special events. 

WAMU is, and has been for many years, the largest ex- 
tracurricular activity on the campus. It offers opportunities 
for those interested in announcing, engineering, producing, 



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directing, writing, and general staff work. 

WAMU sponsors such events throughout the year as the 
Miss WAMU contest. Last year Miss WAMU was singer 
Betty Madigan. The station also broadcasts the annual mara- 
thon for the orphan's dinner, college council election re- 
turns, and A. U. sports events. At the Communications 
Awards Banquet, WAMU presents awards for outstanding 
service to the station. 

An accredited member of the College Radio Corporation, 
the station receives the United Press International wire and 
subscribes to numerous record services, such as RCA, Decca 
and Columbia. 



610 on Your Dial . . . 




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The largest extracurricular organization. 




Being on the air is lots of fun 



WAMU's Big Three, Roland Jenkins, Shep Morgan and Burt 
Stephens. 





SOME OF THE WRITER'S STAFF 



Dave Jasen had to cut up! So we tried again 

(The camera never lies!) 





THE WRITER 




EDITOR NORMAN DAVIS with the winter 
issue. 



THE STAFF 

Norman Davis .... Editor-in-Chief 

Alan Stone Managing Editor 

Joseph Weikel . . . Business Manager 
Colette Courtot .... Poetry Editor 

David Johnson Prose Editor 

Jacqueline Jalet Art Editor 

David Jasen .... Asst. Ed. for Humor 

Barbara Hickman Publicity 

Yodar Critch .... Publicity Assistant 

Editorial Assistants: 
Jane McCorkle, M'Liz McLendon. Robert 
Streeter, Thaddeus Sydney, 
Beverly Tilton 
Dr. Merritt Batchelder . Faculty Advisor 
Josephine Cortese and 
Donald Stover . . . Student Advisors 



This year the Writer was published three times, a fall, spring and summer 
edition. It is the student literary magazine, full of student prose and poetry of 
the best caliber. 



BOB STREETER, editorial assistant, does some 
calling. 



THE STAFF on mailing day. 



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SOME EAGLE STAFFERS — From Left to Right, First Row: Wayne Shufelt, Karen Friedman, Tom Ryan. Second 
Row: Harriett Madresh, Laura Kunc, Kim Lomerhez, Sue Strand, Bob Pine, Joyce Young, Alan Parsons. Third 
Row: Jack Jones, Bob Gongoloff, Phil Allen. 




Dave and Alan talk it over. 



Busy Busy Eagle Night 



Copy editor Donna Kraus has her say. 






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WASHINGTON, D. C. — WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1957 



$3.00 Per Year 




JACK JONES, Sports Editor, bats out some 
"hot" copy. 




Published once a week by the Student Associa- 
tion, the Eagle keeps the campus informed. 
This year the paper brought forth controversy 
on campus through its columns and policies, 
inciting many members of our community to 
take an interest in happenings for the first 
time. 




COLUMNIST ALAN PARSONS works on a 
survey. 




TOM RYAN, Business Manager, gets those ads in. 



EDITOR DIN TAPNER lays out a Page. 



THE MYSTERY MAN 
. . . Joe Cannon. This 
space is reserved for 
him. Always on the go, 
we never ever could get 
his picture. 






SENIOR EDITOR, Mary Tochterman 
doesn't look too sure that all "her" 
seniors will graduate. 



PAUL McDONALD, who helped Joe Cannon 
out with the financial end of things. 




SOME OF OUR STAFF 
AT WORK? 



"APPLE DUMPLINS" we called him. Paul 
Dolkos is his real name, and he's to be thanked 
for many of our pictures. 




PATTY COLLINS AND DAVE JASEN, who 
did the Communicative Arts Section have a 
good time of it. 





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THE EDITOR of the 195 8 Talon at her desk 
. . . M'Liz McLendon. 

TALON SKIT NITE 
(Our Thanks) 

Walter King and Ann Berlin for helping with all 
the "little" and big details. John Robert Powers for 
a modeling scholarship to the Talon Beauty Queen, 
Pat Wormwood. To Verne of Beauty Bazaar for a 
hairstyling for our Queen. Kelsey Florists for the 
lovely decorations and flowers. The Holidays, Elliot 
Denniberg and George Hamilton IV for their fine 
work. And, most of all to our wonderful audience 
. . . the students of A. U. 

Organizational pictures by Bob Herdfelder. 
Beauty pictures by Frank Hoy and Bob Streeter. 
Seniors and fraternity and sorority pictures by Chase 
Studios, Ltd. 

Faculty Advisor, Prof. H. D. Crawford. 



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M'Liz McLendon editor 

Robert Streeter managing editor 

Joseph Cannon business manager 

Norman Davis .... assistant managing editor 
Patricia Collins . . . assistant managing editor 

Mary Tochterman senior editor 

Anna Jo Hovermale Greek editor 

Ellet Cabell sports editor 

David Jasen communicative arts editor 

Bill Bickerdyke . . organizational section editor 

Dee Lundy women's sports 

Barbara Barnfather art editor 

Paul Dolkos photographer 

David Ferris photographer 

Bill Petrini photographer 

Others: Karen Kraus, Starr Saphir, Carlene Anderson, 
editors for the fraternity writups, Paul McDonald, 
Bob Kimmins, Sandy Healy. 



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breather. 



GREEK EDITOR, Anna Jo Hovermale 
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REVIEW 



This is a twice yearly publication of the American 
University's law students at The Washington College 
of Law. 

The fall editor last year was Richard Averill. 

The spring editorship was divided between Al Stall- 
one and John Dawson. 



Checking over the files for some material. 





FALL EDITOR Averill on the phone. 



THE TWO SPRING editors, Stallone and 
.Dawson, check over plans. 



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Sailing on Lake Mead, Nevada. 






BILL BEAUCHAMP 



ED CLEMENTS 




JOEL COMITO 



RON CROWN 



WILLIE JONES 



• • • AMERICAN UNIVERSITY'S STARS • • * 

THE MASON-DIXON CHAMPIONS FOR 195 8 






BLANTON McDANALD 



BILL O'BRIEN 



BILL SASS 




GEORGE SHUGARS 



DICK WELLS 



FRANK WEISS 




A. U.'s 195 8 EASTERN N. C. A. A. CHAMPS, left to right: George Shugars, Dick Wells, Bill O'Brien, Willie Jones, Joel 
Comito, Ed Clements. Back Roiv. Assistant Coach Jim Williams, Manager Bob Gingell, Blanton McDanald, Frank Weiss, Bill 
Beauchamp, Bill Sass, Ron Crown, Head Coach Dave Carrasco. 



BASKETBALL 



Eastern Regional N. C. A. A. Small College Champions, 
1958, can most adequately describe this year's basketball 
team. 

At the beginning of the season, the Eagles were conceded 
dark horse chances only in the Mason-Dixon Conference. 
However, as the season got under way, the Eagles rapidly 
began to show that they were not to be considered lightly 
by anyone. 

A. U.'s Conference schedule was marred only by defeats 
by Mt. St. Mary's and Loyola, both on their own courts. 
When the Mounts and Greyhounds invaded Leonard Gym, 
they met the fate that was to be shared by 22 other teams. 
The Eagles more than atoned for early-season losses to the 
Mounts and Loyola by sweeping through the Mason-Dixon 
tournament at Loyola and knocking off Randolph-Macon, 
Loyola, and Mt. St. Mary's. 

This was the first time in over five years that American 
had invaded the Mason-Dixon tournament finals, which had 
been considered the sacred property of Loyola and the 



Mounts, the Mounts winning the past four years. 

The following weekend the Eagles travelled to Staten 
Island, N.Y., to sweep through the Eastern Regional tourna- 
ment at Wagner College. In the first round, A. U. easily 
dispensed with the University of Buffalo and knocked off 
Wagner in the finals for a tournament berth in the National 
finals at Evansville, Ind. The play of Willie Jones was instru- 
mental in A. U.'s string of wins at Wagner, as it had been 
through the regular season. Jones connected for 25 and 
35 points respectively in the Wagner tournament, and was 
named its Most Valuable Player. 

A. U. drew Evansville, the host college, in the first round 
of the National tourney. The Eagles managed to grab a 
quick lead, but couldn't hold it through half-time. Four 
personals charged against Jones in the first half greatly 
handicapped the Eagles' chances. The game was a nip-and- 
tuck battle till the final minutes, when Evansville attained 
an eight-point lead, puncturing Eagle supporters' last hopes 
for victory. 




Jones to Crown — for two! 

High tribute is due Coach Dave Carrasco and his 1958 
champions. In his first season as head coach, Carrasco saw 
a mediocre 1957 team post an 11-14 record for a sixth 
place in the Mason-Dixon Conference and be eliminated 
in the first round of the Conference's tournament that year. 

This year an overwhelming change took place. Much of 
the Eagles' success was due to the spirited play of 'Willie 
Jones, the shooting accuracy of Frank Weiss, and the re- 
bound prowess of Dick Wells. 

This Trio formed the nucleus of the season's success- 
force. Their ability is emphasized by their post season 
honors and newly-set records. 

Senior Weiss broke A. U.'s individual scoring record for 
four years, set by Leroy Ishman in 1951. He made the 
record-breaking points in an away game with Western 
Maryland, and at the Eagles' next home game, with Balti- 
more University, he was greeted with a standing ovation. 

Sophomore Jones broke the University's single game scor- 
ing mark with 39 points against Baltimore; he set the single 
season scoring mark in the first round of the Mason-Dixon 
tournament against Randolph-Macon. 





Comito scores against Mt. St. Mary's 



The overall play of Dick Wells was best exemplified 
when he was named to the Ail-American honorable men- 
tion for small colleges. 

These three also gained first team honors on the Mason- 
Dixon Conference All-Tournament team, while both Weiss 
and Jones were named to the All-Conference first team. 
Weiss is one of three seniors graduating from this year's 
championship team. This season also climaxed the four-year 
varsity careers of Ron Crown and Joel Comito. Comito's 
deadly shooting eye and Crown's rebound ability will be 
spots coach Carrasco will have to patch for the next season. 




FRANK WEISS, A. U.'s all-time top scorer, drives in 
against Georgetown. 



WILLIE and the hand jive! 



SEASON IN REVIEW . . . 

OPPONENT AU OPP. 

Navy 67 70 

D. C. Teacher's 94 59 

Washington 72 60 

Catholic 86 63 

Mt. Union 73 66 

Ohio Wesleyan 84 80 

Iona 63 74 

Hofstra 79 63 

Fairleigh-Dickinson 87 73 

Georgetown 78 89 

Mt. St. Mary's 90 69 

Western Maryland Ill 63 

Bridgewater 76 48 

Baltimore 88 67 

Gallaudet 93 36 

Loyola 67 72 

Juniata 79 69 

Roanoke 80 52 

Mt. St. Mary's 83 76 

Loyola 85 54 

Towson 94 45 

Baltimore 76 60 

MASON-DIXON TOURNEY 

Randolph-Macon 75 55 

Loyola 61 53 

Mt. St. Mary's 74 71 

NCAA EASTERN REGIONAL 

Buffalo 77 60 

Wagner 72 65 

WON (22) LOST (6) PCT. (.714) 

Mason-Dixon: WON (ll) LOST (2) PCT. (.846) 




Clements gets off a hook. 




WILLIE driving through 




CROWN scores as Hoya flies by. 





CROWN shoots as Eagles take Confer- 
ence tourney at Loyola. 



JONES goes up and over for a fabulous 
two! 



INDIVIDUAL TOTALS 



PLAYER 


G. 


ATTS. 


SCO. 


PCT. 


ATTS. 


SCO. 


PCT. 


POINTS AVER 






(FIELD GOALS) 






(FREE THROWS) 






Jones 


28 


436 


200 


46.1 


245 


189 


77.2 


21.0 


Weiss 


28 


420 


203 


48.3 


69 


53 


76.2 


16.3 


Wells 


27 


244 


104 


42.4 


127 


78 


60.1 


10.4 


Clements 


28 


225 


92 


40.0 


110 


80 


72.7 


9.4 


Beauchamp 


28 


143 


65 


45.4 


66 


43 


66.2 


6.2 


Crown 


27 


106 


44 


41.5 


74 


43 


58.1 


4.8 


Comito 


27 


135 


48 


35.6 


40 


26 


65.1 


4.8 


O'Brien 


19 


77 


23 


29.9 


19 


11 


57.8 


3.0 


McDanald 


18 


39 


18 


46.2 


13 


8 


61.5 


2.5 


Shugars 


20 


77 


23 


29.9 


18 


14 


77.7 


2.0 


Sass 


16 


23 


9 


33.9 


6 


2 


33.3 


1.2 


Dupee 


3 


4 


2 


50.0 


4 


1 


25.0 


1.8 



RECORDS BROKEN 

Most points career Frank Weiss 

Best career average Frank Weiss 

Most points season Willie Jones 

Most points one game Willie Jones 

Most rebounds season Dick Wells 

Best rebound average Dick Wells 

Most field goals season Frank Weiss 

Most FG attempted Willie Jones 

Most free throws attempted .... Willie Jones 
Most free throws made Willie Jones 



Clements drives against Mounts at Conference tourney. 





THE SOCCER TEAM, Left to Right, First Row: Coach Bill Lauritzen, Jack Jones (capt.), Roger Williams, Dennis 
McLevy, Larry Tingle, Jerry Fitzgibbons, Ron Tonkin, Naran Ivanchukov, Bill Garcia, Yegenozlic Himalay. Second 
Row: Klaus Burmeister, Frank Scotten, Mac Sweeney, Jeff Bernard, Garik Rabechevsky, Wayne Shufelt, and Dick 
Hulbert. 



SOCCER 



In his second year at the helm of The American University 
soccer team, Coach Bill Lauritzen had the most successful 
record yet gained in the sport's four year history on campus. 

Last year the Eagle netted their first soccer win as they 
downed Randolph-Macon. Over the past season, the Eagle 
hooters again defeated Randolph-Macon, and added George- 
town and Loyola of Baltimore in their win column as well 
as tying Mt. St. Mary's, to post a 3-7-1 record for the season. 

Bill Garcia emerged as the team's high scorer for the 
season with 6 goals. However, Jeff Bernard with 5 and 
Garik Rabechevsky with 4 scores were close behind. Naran 
Ivanchukov with two goals and Wayne Shufelt and Roger 
Williams with one apiece completed the Eagles scoring. 



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1957 RESULTS 

OPP. 

. Mt. St. Mary's 1 

Towson Teachers 3 

Baltimore University 6 

Randolph-Macon 1 

Lynchburg College 5 

Howard University 2 

Catholic University 10 

Georgetown University .... 1 

. Loyola College 2 

Frostburg Teachers 4 

Western Maryland 4 

totals 37 




HEY BEAR, look what I got! . . 
Oooopps! 



An added highlight to the season was the selection 
of fullback Mac Sweeney to the Mason-Dixon All-Con- 
ference second team. Sweeney is the first A. U. soccer 
player ever to gain this distinction. 

Other stalwarts for the Eagles this year were: Cap- 
tain Jack Jones, goalie Ron Tonkin, Rabechevsky, 
Ivanchukov, Garcia, Williams, Shufelt, and Bernard. 

If the team maintains its present pace of progress, it 
seems as if the Eagles may come up with a winning 
season next year. 

At the conclusion of the intercollegiate season, Ivan- 
chukov, Rabechevsky and Sweeney joined Coach Lau- 
ritzen's team in a local amateur soccer league. 



Oh no, not again! 



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Un-gah-wah! 



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THE WRESTLING TEAM from left to right: Tony Upton, Skip Hockenberry, Skip Morgan, coach Frank Morgan, 
Jack Jones, Jim Snapp, Jim McLean, and Charlie Goldshine. 



Wrestling is a comparatively new sport at American 
University. Under the guidance of Coach Frank Mor- 
gan, a former inter-collegiate title holder, the Eagles 
had their most successful season since wrestling began 
here four years ago. 

Four returnees from last year were headed by team 
Captain Jim McLean. McLean wrestled in the 177 
pound class. 



Other returnees were Jack Jones, 167 pound class; 
Skip Hockenberry, 133 pound class; and Tony Upton, 
133 pound class. 

Newcomers who comprised the remainder of the 
Eagles front line were Charlie Goldshine in the un- 
limited division; Skip Morgan, 143 pound class; and 
Jim Snapp in the 157 pound class. 

Goldshine and McLean were the most consistant 
winners for A. U. throughout the season. 




WRESTLING 



UPTON AND HOCKENBERRY in a practice session 
really take ago at it! 




THE SWIMMING TEAM members from Left to Right, Front Rotv: Bob Merilless, Jim Apistolas, David Johnson, 
Jerry Herson, Jim Fairbairn, Lee Padgett, John Nagel, and Don Casey. Second Row: Dennis McNeil, Jon Arneson 
Harry Ballman, Larry Hawkins, Tommy Kurtz, Tom Ryan, John McQuiston, and John Slater. Bob Bright, manager, 
and Bob Frailey, coach, are shown in the front. 



The A. U. tankmen came through the 57-58 season 
with an outstanding recotd of 4-2. Outstanding swim- 
ming teams such as Randolph-Macon, Roanoke, Lynch- 
burg, and William and Maty of Norfolk found them- 
selves "out of the swim" with us. 

Our sprinters consisted of John Slater, Dave John- 
son, Tom Ryan, Dennis McNeil, and Don Casey. 

In the 100 yd. and 200 yd. freestyle events were 
team mates Tommy Kurtz and Harry Ballman. Tak- 
ing over the backstroke positions were Lee Padgett 
and John McQuiston. 



SWIMMING 



Long distance positions were held by Dennis McNeil 
and John Nagel, with Larry Hawkins and Bob Meril- 
less on the boards. 

For the 200 yd. butterfly event we were stocked 
with Jim Fairburn and Captain Jim Apistolas. 

Quite a team to be proud of . . . and we were! 



CAUGHT IN STYLE is A. U.'s 100 yd. and 200 yd. 
freestyler, Tommy Kurtz. 





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A. U.'s TRACK TEAM from Left to Right, First Row: John Williams, Charlie Parrish, Ron Crown, Charlie 
Schools (coach), Ron Ladd, Harry Lawson, Dave Rowe. Second Roiv: Frank Scotten, Ron Sholes, Ed Clements, John 
Keavney, Jim Zimmerman, Jack Jones, Don Grant, Sonny Laws, Bob Gingell, Regis White, Hank Fuer. 



TRACK 



Coach Charlie Schools' track ream had one of irs 
more impressive seasons this year. 

Co-captains Ron Ladd and Ron Crown lead the 
Eagle track stars. Ladd and Crown ran the distance 
events and also performed on the mile-relay team. 

Blant McDanald was top man in the discus, Sal 
Fulginetti in the pole vault, Ron Sholes in high jumps, 
Dave Rowe in the dashes, and Dick Harshman also in 
the dashes. 

Harry Lawson ran both the 440 and 220. His vast 
improvement during the season earned him rhe A Club 
trophy. 

Other top men for the Eagles were John Williams, 
Sonny Laws, Bob Gingell, Eddie Clements, and Jack 
Jones. 




JONES sets out in Mason-Dixon meet. 




A.U.'s CROSS COUNTRY team includes Ron Crown, Coach Charlie Schools, Ron Ladd. Second Row. Frank Scot- 
ten, Harry Lawson, Charlie Parrish, and Regis White. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

For the second successive year Ron Crown and Ron 
Ladd captained the A.U. Cross Country team. 

Coached by Charlie Schools, the Eagles managed to 
have a fairly successful season. 

Returnees from last year's squad, in addition to 
Crown and Ladd, included Regis White. 

Newcomers were Frank Scotten, Harry Lawson, and 
freshman Charlie Parrish. 



Co-Captains Crown and Ladd talk things over. 

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THE A.U. BASEBALL SQUAD included Urb Donnelly, Neil Sherman, Steve Hershey, Angelo Coscia, Lew Gilde- 
son, Bob Roman, Ernie Clifford. Second Row: Tom Gray, Bruce Kessler, John Stetlen and Jack Ryan. 



BASEBALL 

Despite a relatively dull baseball campaign, A.U. 
produced several fine ball players. 

Most noticeable was the no-hit game registered by 
sophomore pitcher, Jack Ryan. 

Leading hitter was outfielder John Stetlen. 

Other steady players were catcher Angelo Coscia, 
second baseman Bob Roman, short stop Bruce Kessler 
and third baseman Garry Fitzgerald. 

A lot of credit should go to Ernie Clifford who helped 
Coach Carrasco manage the team. 




JACK RYAN, who pitched a no-hitter. 





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THE A.U. TENNIS TEAM, standing from left to right: Bob Bright (Mgr.), Mike Madana, Sam Striner, Lloyd 
Drucker, Ben Metz, Charlie Bogonoff, Mickey Agee, Bob Frailey (coach). Kneeling: Ted Thomas and Ken Munsey, 
co-captains. 



TENNIS 



Co-captained by Ted Thomas-Ken Munsey, A.U. had 
one of its best tennis teams in years. Coach Bob Frai- 
ley 's charges posted an impressive 9-1-1 record for the 
season (12-1-1 overall) in Conference play to place 
second in the Mason-Dixon Conference. 

The tie resulted from a match with Mt. St. Mary's 
which was halted before completion due to darkness. 
Since the match had no bearing on the conference 
standings, it never was finished. 

Ben Metz, who won the intra-mural tennis title this 
year, gained the number one notch on the Eagle squad. 



Thomas and Munsey played in the second and third 
spots respectively. 

Winding out the remainder of the A.U. six in the 
singles were Sam Striner in the fourth position, Mike 
Madana, number five, and Lloyd Drucker and Mickey 
Agee alternating in the sixth spot. 

The doubles play saw Agee and Metz teaming up for 
the first team, with Munsey and Thomas playing in 
the second slot and Mandana and Striner teaming for 
the third doubles team. 




A. U. CO-EDS 



IN SPORTS 



An A.U. Mermaid . . . Judy Selwyn 



A D.G. goes up and over 




Extramurals For Women at American 



HOCKEY: One of the most emphasized extramural 
sports at A.U. is hockey. This year Leslie Boal, Barbara 
Diggs, Dee Lundy, Ginger Porter, Carla Van Den Berg and 
Sofia Cukier headed the squad of return vets. The season 
proved to be a successful one with an over-all record of 7 
wins and 2 losses. 

In addition to playing, the Eagles had the opportunity of 
watching the Welsh Touring Hockey Team play the Wash- 
ington Field Hockey Association. 

BASKETBALL: The 1957-58 edition of hoopsters was 
under the direction of Miss Ruth McFeeter. 

The nucleus of the basketball squad was composed of 



Barbara Diggs, Carla Van Den Berg, Leslie Boal, and Sofia 
Cukier. A number of freshmen were also stellar performers 
on the team. The season was somewhat hampered by the 
Asian flu epidemic, but in spite of this the team fared well. 

TENNIS: The big three kingpins of this year's tennis 
team were Ella Baruch, Sandy Kelly, and Colinda Smith. 

Miss Ruth McFeeter, the coach, worked her capable Rack- 
eteers to their best advantage and turned out an excellent 
performance. The loss of an able senior, Tina Weintrop, will 
be greatly noticed; however, the 1958-59 season promises to 
be even better as the interest in women's tennis at American 
U. increases. 





The women's basketball team 



ACTION on the court! 




Hockey Team 



Tennis Team 



INTRAMURALS 



The Intramural program this year was the most successful 
to date, due to the increase of participants and enthusiasm 
shown by all. This program, under the able leadership of 
Miss Virginia Hawke and Miss Ruth McFeeter is an integral 
part of the campus activity of A.U.'s women students. 



Through participation in intra and extramurals, points are 
earned toward membership in Women's "A" Club. This 
year Phi Mu's own Ginger Porter received the highest honor 
award given to a senior woman athlete from the "A" Club. 



SEASONS TITLE HOLDERS 



Kappa Delta's mermaids won all the honors in the swim 
meet when they scored a double victory emerging with the 
swimming title and the Jack Woods Memorial trophy. 

The long hard battle of the bounce ended in a tie between 
the Independents and Clark Hall. 

Clark Hall showed its ability with the ten pins, winning 
a 5 point victory over Phi Mu. 

In volleyball the winner of the battle of the fists for the 



championship was Phi Mu. 

Betty Miller and Janet Fishman copped the badminton 
and ping-pong titles while Sylvia Shaw shot the straightest 
arrow. 

In intramural track the biggest names were Barbara Diggs 
who won the broad jump and Ginger Porter who lead all 
others in the high jump. The 220 yd. relay was won by 
Kappa Delta. 




THE 195 8 INTRAMURAL BASKET- 
BALL Championship team was the 
Sputniks, an independent group. Pic- 
tured from left to right: Sal Fulginiti, 
Ed Hall, Al Alkire, Mike Chasman, Ed 
Carty, Mitch Litman, Dick Jackson, 
Ron Ladd, and Coach Ed Clements. 



INTRAMURAL 



HARRY LAWSON scores for Phi Epsilon Pi in the play-off 
game for the intramural championship between the Sput- 
niks and Phi Ep. 



THREE 'ROUND THE BASKET . . . Mitch Litman and Dick 
Jackson for the Sputniks vie with Phi Ep's Abbey Butler. 





TOUCH FOOTBALL 
CHAMPIONS A.T.O. 




AND MORE INTRAMURALS 




MEN'S INTRAMURAL 

CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING 

TEAM 



THE INDEPENDENTS: Larry Haw- 
kins (coach), Andy McDaniels, John 
Slater, Dennis McNeil, Jon Arneson 
(coach), Bill Webster, Tony Bicknell, 
Dave Johnson and Akia Mitzutani. 



INTRAMURAL TRACK 
CHAMPIONS PHI SIG 



ETC. . . . 




The Cheerleaders give a hand 



INTRAMURAL SWIMMING MEET, Individual Champions 
. . . Stephanie Roan, John Slater, Heidi Offenberger, Tony 
Bicknell, Paula Ingold, Akia Mitzutani, and Virginia 
Laubenstein. 




INTRAMURAL GOLF TOURNAMENT; Al Alkire (left, 
Ind.) Champion and Curt Roberts (right, Ind.) .Runner-up. 






INTRAMURAL GOLF: Al Alkire (Ind.) Champion, Curt 
Roberts (Ind.) Runner-up. 

INTRAMURAL ARCHERY, MEN: George Knarr (Ind.) 
Runner-up, Jerry Herson (Phi Ep) Champion. 
INTRAMURAL ARCHERY, WOMEN: Sylvia Shaw (Ind.) 
Champion, Mildred Millhiser (Ind.) Runner-up. 



INTRAMURAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT, Single-Elimina- 
tion: Ben Metz (left, Ind.) Champion, Jim Morgan (right, 
Ind.) Runner-up. 



GENERAL ACTIVITIES 




Mt. Rainier, Washington 



IN THE BEGINNING 



LOADS OF FUN 




Need more be said? 



Come on, Frosh! 
Play ball! 





Cute (?) these college customs 



Old man Artemus and friend . . 




FRESHMEN FROLIC 



It was fun for the freshman . . . but more like work for 
the Sophomores and Orientation Board. More freshmen 
than ever, later proved by the jammed registration lines, 
greeted the old hands with chipper faces. Through the 
process of capping and other duties such as wearing pajamas 
to class and making speeches at Ward Circle, the class of 
1961 was Indoctrinated into the fun-side of life at A.U. 

With registration came the more serious side. They learned 
of credit hours and required subjects ("You mean I have 
to take THAT!") of term-papers and waiver exams. 

Finally we turned them on their own . . . and with a 
unity that surprised us all, they elected their officers and 
went on to prove that the Class of '61 would be a hard 
one to beat. 

And so it started ... a great beginning to a year of 
classes, dances, progress on new buildings, elections and talk 
of things to come. 




GOOD GRIEF! Not more demerits. Well, guess 
who will be somebody's slave for a day. 





Watching 



What they saw 



RUSH 



Rush, it might be said, is the Black 
Angel of the Greek World. It is a time 
of fun and sorrow, work and glee, dash- 
ing about and lulling around wonder- 
ing what comes next. Hand in hand, 
brother and rushee walk on to the Fate 
of Bid Day. 



IT'S "Getting to Know You" time 




FOR SORORITIES "IT" starts with open houses . 







A PRETTY GIRL helps any fraternity rush. 



to end with the final formal. 

For the rushee it means a time of enthusiasm with an 
undercurrent of butterflies. Will I or won't I pledge? If so, 
which one? After hours talks with friends. The rumors about 
initiation ceremonies. Finances. Then after the preference is 
in it hits, "Maybe they don't want ME!" But, somehow it 
always turns out ... if nothing more, rush turns out to 
have been quite an experience. 



AND SUCH 




A CASUAL FALL get-together makes life more fun. 



CROSSROADS OF A.U., Mary Graydon's the favorite 
meeting place on an Indian Summer afternoon. 




ON A SUN-BAKED DAY, signs of growth ... the new 
library building. 





COME RAIN or shine, we go to class. 



SIG 
OLYMPICS 




D.G.'s Paula Ingold tries her hand at egg-toss- 
ing, much to the amusement of by-standers. 



An annual campus frolic, the Sig 
Olympics provide the sorority women 
with a chance to prove their ability in 
such sports as finding-a-penny-in-a-pie, 
egg-tossing (no, the egg isn't hard 
boiled!), one legged races (well, one 
leg per girl ) , etc. 

This year the D.G.'s gave everyone 
else a good trouncing, to come through 
the winners. 





IS EVERYBODY HAPPY? 



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We bet Glen Pond likes this job! 



This is ONE way to find a penny. 




GLENDA CASEY 



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WELCOME 



The weather man wouldn't take the hint, and the rain, 
rain wouldn't go away, but showers and cold didn't dampen 
A.U.'s Homecoming spirits. 

Despite slightly wet papier-mache, wind-blown floats, and 
the last-minute rush, the parade went on. With the theme 
taken from "Around the World in SO Days," A.U.'s students 
put on their own spectacular. 



IT'S A lot of bull, but the Welcome is there! 




PHI MU, taking a cue from the famed "Peanuts" comic, won best over-all float with their slogan, "It's 
Peanuts to Beat the Alums!" 



ALUMS 



Another phase of our Homecoming greeting were the 
posters placed in Great Hall of Mary Graydon. Everything 
from plain every-day-type posters, to a revolving one with 
music was used. 

Sorority rooms and fraternity houses were also decorated 
according to an assigned theme representing some country 
or territory. Embassies in Washington were besieged by 
students wanting to borrow costumes and equipment to 
make their scenes realistic. 




POSTERS such as this -were put up in 
Great Hall of Mary Graydon to extend a 
friendly "Hi!" to our returning alums. 




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ELEPHANTINE ANTICS won the Alpha Sigs 
the award for the most humorous float. 




THE A.T.O.'s came up with an out-of-this- 
world poster. 



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ONE OF THE Homecoming floats on its tour 
past Mary Graydon. 



HOMECOMING 



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HI-JINKS 




IT'S UP to the judges now! 



A.U.'S "IN THE MOOD' 




CHRISTMAS FOR OTHERS 




Santa's grab-bag. 



Dinner partners. 




Money Counter, l/c! One of the lucky boys 
who got to take advantage of the generosity of 
A.U.'s pledges, gave a helping hand in counting 
the money. 





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AND ON CAMPUS 



The Pledge-Orphan Dinner is a stand-by at 
American. Each year the Greek pledges give 
shoes, toys, and dinner with entertainment to 
a group of orphans in the Washington area. 





Candle-light for the Best-Loved-Girl ceremony. 



COMMUNITY SINGING adds to the Christmas spirit. 



SURPRISE PACKAGE! Dean Stevens opens a gift from "her" girls, while 
Mrs. Nichols looks on. 



A PHI MU Santa Claus gives out a present 

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The Best-Loved Girl and her court. 



BEST-LOVED 
GIRL 



GINGER PORTER 





Jean O'Connor receives her pin at the installation of the Theta Sigma Phi Chapter here on campus from 
the national president of the women's journalism honorary. 




Initiations, campus teas bring honor 
and graciousness to our daily living. 



A familiar campus scene, a tea. 







ELLEN SWARTZCHILD 



SOPHOMORE QUEEN 



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Taking the cue from the previous 
sophomore class, the class of I960 gave 
a dinner-dance, rather than "just" a 
dance. 

The evening proved a huge success, 
especially for lovely Ellen Swartzchild, 
who was chosen Queen of her class at 
the dance. 




A TYPICAL TABLE at the dinner-dance. 



PETE AND MICKEY sit out a dance. 



CLASS PRESIDENT Rich Gerard, and Jerry Herson, 
present Queen Ellen with her trophy. 





FROSH 
QUEEN 



THE QUEEN reigns alone 




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DANCING mid creatures of the sea. 



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MAXINE GEVENSON 








FALL FUN AND SPORT 



THE 
SCENE 

CHANGES 



From the first frost of winter to the breath 
of Spring, campus life goes on and on. 




WINTER wonderland right at American. 







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WE WILL REMEMBER 



ELLIOT and The Holidays singing for us at 
Christmas time!! 



GREETING and congra- 
tulating friends who have 
won honors, awards, or 
become Queens. 




PRELUDE TO SPRING 




ANTOINETTE WEBER 



APPLE BLOSSOM QUEEN 



A DAY IN THE LIFE OF CAMPUS BEAUTIES 



The TALON, for several years now, has sponsored a Skit 
Nite, during which the announcement of the TALON 
Beauty Queen is a big event. 

This year our Queen and her three Princesses were picked 
by a panel of experts at the John Robert Powers modeling 
school. The Queen received a free course from Powers, and 
a hair-styling by Verne of Beauty Bazaar. 

Judges for the contest were Susan Smith, Director of John 
Robert Powers in Washington; Fran Sitler, also of John 
Robert Powers; Patty Cavin of WRC-TV and radio fame; 
and Verne of Beauty Bazaar. 

To keep the girls occupied, cokes and cookies were served, 
and the entire agency was turned over to their disposal. 
They were allowed to experiment with make-up, try on hats, 
use run-ways, and just plain have a good time. 







THE MAKE-UP counter where the girls ex- 
perimented with new and different things in 
the field of cosmetics. 




WAITING to be called for a personal interview 



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CRITICS CORNER: While contestant Grace Burr trys on a big hat, Mary 
Tochterman and Linda Harris stand by to give their opinions. 





AN UNSUSPECTING QUEEN, Pat Worm- 
wood, goes beachcomber with a floppy straw hat. 



TRYING THE RUN-WAY out for size, future Princess, Sabra 
Paris, gets the "hang" of it. 



TALON 



QUEEN 




PAT WORMWOOD 




SABRA PARIS 



TALON 



PRINCESS 



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MORE 

PRINCESSES . . . 




DOTTIE BRODT 



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JOANNE EDEN 



FOR THE TALON 




NOW an A.T.O. Rumble is strictly the MOST! 




AND, THEN, I went skittering down 
the halls of MGM! 




MUCH SONG from Sigma Rho, who did everything from 
sophisticate to athletic. 



THE WEEKENDS (alias the Holidays, AXO style) let loose 
with some song, song, song. 



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TALON 
SKIT 
NITE 




PRESENTING, the TALON beauty Queen of 
1958, Pat Wormwood. 

BE-BOP, DE LA LA! The Holidays thrilled the audience 
with their singing during the breaks between skits. 



THE QUEEN and her court, just after her name was announced. 



ELLIOT DENNIBERG doesn't look like he believes Clint 
Miller . . . they co-M.C.'d Skit Nite, and did a fabulous job. 



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EVEN THE KD's can't think the food is THAT bad . . . or can they? 



PHI MU plays "Medic" in this scene . . . those nurses look 
rather sick themselves. Oh well, that was the general idea. 




We hope all the groups had fun putting on their skits, 
we sure had fun producing them. A.T.O. emerged victorious 
with "Behind the Scenes with Our D.J." and Phi Alu did 
all right with "Night Peak." Our apologies to Phi Sig, but 
their "Dead on Arrival" was sooooo gruesome, our photog. 
forgot how to take pictures! 



CLARK HALL had a different skit, to say the least. 



Judges for Skit Nile were 
Don Hearn of The Washington 
Daily News, Leo Sullivan of 
The Washington Post and 
Times Hetald, and Mary Stuart 
Price. Public Relations Director 
of the Sheraton-Carlton Hotel. 




Our thanks to Brad Willis for Lighting and Paul Helmer 
for the mikes. Also to the Holidays, Elliot Denniberg and 
Clint Miller. 



THE ALPHA SIGS gave us a new 
Alma Mater. What was that line 
about Mrs. Nichols' girls? 




HONORS . . . 



PRESIDENT ANDERSON speaking at Honors Convocation 



Student Association Officers 
1958-1959 



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JOANNE EDEN 



INTER-FRATERNITY QUEEN 



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DR. CLARK receives a plaque from IFC 
President, Manny Fleisher, for his serv- 
ice to IFC. 




TRIPPING the light 
fantastic. 



THE SPIN of the 
wheel picks the 
Queen. 



WHERE 

SINGING REALLY 

RATES 




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M.C. ED WALKER and wife, Nancy, 
look over WAMU's set up at Songfest. 



OUTSTANDING Fraternity Man, A.T.O.'s 
Jack Patrick, receives his trophy from Dean 
Bentley. 



THE OUTSTANDING Sorority Woman, Phi 
Mu's Ginger Porter, receives her trophy from 
Dean Stevens. 






SANDRA DAMEWOOD AND FRANK WEISS 



PROM KING AND QUEEN 



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PROM 
NITE 

'58 






EVEN ALUMNI come back for the Prom, in Bermudas 
yet! 



For this year's Junior-Senior Prom, we took over the ballroom of the Shoreham 
Hotel. It was THE big Spring dance of the year, and everyone had a ball. 

As in past years, a Prom King and Queen were chosen from members of the 
graduating senior class. Sandra Damewood and Frank Weiss took the honors 
for the class of 1958. 




They could have danced all night— 



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LOOKING 



THE NAVY, Marines, Army, and Air Force pay A.U. a visit 
once a year to discuss careers. Here an A.U. student talks 
things over with the Navy. 



Careers, School Expansion, and so on 




THE JOURNALISM DEPARTMENT sponsored a "Journalism Day" this year, 
in which members of high school publication staffs from as far away as Quantico 
participated. 



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The academic procession moves past McKinley. 



COMMENCEMENT 



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The 1958 Commencement was the University's Forty- 
Fourth. The invocation was given by Bishop G. Bromley 
Oxnam, with the address given by Senator John J. Sparkman. 
Honorary degrees were given to Melvin E. Wheatley, Jr. 
(Doctor of Divinity); Pauline Frederick (Doctor of Hu- 
mane Letters); Ralph Stoody (Doctor of Letters); Willard 
Paul (Doctor of Laws); and Alan Waterman (Doctor of 
Laws ) . 




THE HONORABLE JOHN J. SPARKMAN, 
U.S. Senator, was the 1958 Commencement 
speaker. The Senator is a Trustee of the Uni- 
versity. 




SENIORS 




Redwoods, 



California 



A path to new goals to conquer 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 






LaVerne Allen 


Erwin Alpem 


Rebecca Artis 


Nancy Asher 


Robert Baird 


Wash., D. C. 


New Castle, Pa. 


Wash., D. C. 


New York, N. Y. 


Wash., D. C. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 





Barbara Brodsky 


Doris Brodt 


Margaret Byrne 


Joseph Cannon 


Glenda Casey 


Wash., D. C. 


Arlington, Va. 


Chevy Chase, Md. 


Wash., D. C. 


Arlington, Va. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(BJV.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




[ary Crickman 


Norman Davis 


Ruth Dinkle 


Wash., D. C. 


Chevy Chase, Md. 


Millersville, Md 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Jean Dixon 

Vandemere, N. C. 

(B.A.) 





Dorothy Fasbender 

Huntington, N. Y. 

(B.A.) 



Marianell Fink 

Arlington, Va. 

(B.A.) 



Nancy Garretson 

Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 

(B.A.) 




Guy Gilkeson 

Herndon, Va. 

(B.A.) 



JPrenn Gilkeson 


Jose Gimenez 


Benjamin Glymph 


Herndon, Va. 


Barquisimeto, Venezuela 


Wash., D. C. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 



Dianne Hall 

Mitchellville, Md. 

(B.A.) 



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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Mary Hitchcock 

Wash., D. C. 

(B.A.) 




Ann 


s Hoesterey 


Roch 


ester, N. Y. 




(B.A.) 




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Richard Holmes 

Takoma Park, Md. 

(B.A.) 




John H. Jones 

Kensington, Md. 

(B.A.) 



Barbara Kappler 

Kensington, Md. 

(B.A.) 




Orlando Kibbe 


Morris Kiddy 


Middlesex, N. J. 


Buckhannon, W. Va 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 





George Knarr 


Albert Leary 


Donald Levine 


York, Pa. 


Falls Church, Va. 


Forest Hills, N. Y 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Leonard Jaskol 


Roland Jenkins 


Rego Park, N. Y. 


Arlington, Va. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 





Sheldon Liss 


Peggy Lodeesen 


Nicholas Marien 


Valerie Markwood 


Roy Mayer 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Bristol, Conn. 


Wash., D. C. 


Jamaica, N. Y 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




Robert McClees 


Linda Mondrago 


Wash., D. C. 


Bethesda, Md. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Robert Morey 

Wash., D. C. 

(B.A.) 



James Morgan 
Poolsville, Md. 

(B.A.) 



Ma Ni Ni 

Rangoon, Burma 

(B.A.) 





Francis Moriarty 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

(B.A.) 




Joan Nugent 

Crestwood, N. Y. 

(B.A.) 




Jean O'Connor 


Catherine Oglivie 


Robert Pal 


Chester, Pa. 


Arlington, Va. 




(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Mary Paris 


Philip Parkinson 


Diane Perkins 


William Petrini 


Glen Pond 


Wash., D. C. 


Annapolis, Md. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


Wash., D. C. 


Arlington, Va 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 






Virginia Porter 


Robert Posner 


Patricia Rice 


Robert Sandin 


Barbara Schreck 


Scranton, Pa. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Arlington, Va. 


Long Island, N. Y 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Fay Smith 


Miriam Smith 


Wash., D. C. 


Brooklyn, N. Y 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Sarah Smith 


Burton Stephens 


Robert Streeter 


Culpeper, Va. 


Frederick, Md. 


Sierra Vista, Ariz 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 





Virginia Swartz 
antown, Md. 
(B.A.) 




Edward Thomas 

Chevy Chase, Md. 

(B.A.) 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




David Tom 


Diane Trenery 


Anthony Valente 


Kenneth Walter 


["owson, Md. 


Keansburg, N. J. 


Ashton, Md. 


Damascus, Md. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 





John Walters 


Phyllis Wellenreiter 


Wash., D. C. 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


CB.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Nathalie Wells 
Wash., D. C. 




Phyllis Wetzel 

New York, N. Y. 

(B.A.) 




Dorma Willoughby 

Westgate, Md. 

(B.A.) 




Frances Wood 


Richard Woolley 


Do Yim 


John Busby 


Nimrod Hall, Va. 


West Hartford, Conn. 


Seoul, Korea 


Wash., D. C 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 





Janet Ordower 

Newark, N. J. 

(A.A.) 




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)avid Johnson 




Ronald Ladd 


Dick Lam 


Frank Weiss 


Oliver Bryk 


Wash., D. C. 


Sau 


It Ste. Marie, Mich. 


Wash., D. C. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Wash., D. C. 


(B.S.) 




(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(M.A.) 



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





Thaddeus Walters 

Wash., D. C. 

(A.B.A.) 



Raymond Alcorn 

Silver Spring, Md. 

(B.S.) 





Ernest Clifford 


Joel Comito 


Austin Deibert 


Silver Spring, Md. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Bethseda, Md. 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 




Urban Donnelly 

Silver Spring, Md. 

(B.S.) 



Jeremiah Donovan 

Arlington, Va. 

(B.S.) 





Roy Drummond 


Jerry Fitzgibbons 


Arlington, Va. 


Glen Ellyn, 111. 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 



Manfred Fleischer 

Ozone Park, N. Y. 

(B.S.) 




Martha Folea 


Richard Gay 


Robert Ginsburg 


Raymond Grayson 


Robert Green 


Hyattsville, Md. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Scranton, Pa. 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 



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Horace Highsmith 
Riverdale, Md. 

(B.S.) 




n il 

Robert Hollemai 

Arlington, Va. 

(B.S.) 



Marvin Loewy 


James Louie 


Gerald McCormick 


Wash., D. C. 


Easton, Md. 


Arlington, Va. 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 



Arthur Jaffe 

Arlington, Va. 

(B.S.) 





Walter Merrell 


Bertram Meyers 


Mera Mounsey 


Kenneth Munsey 


Joseph Murphy 


Amity, Oregon 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Hyattsville, Md 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 



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Thomas Outerbridge 
Tilton, Ga. 

(B.S.) 







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David Ridgway 

Arlington, Va. 

(B.S.) 



athan Robinson 


Irvin Rose 


Mohammad Sawwaf 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Damascus, Syria 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 






Hans Vollmecke 




Lynn Wall 


Colin Weir 


Larry Wiley 


Souheil Elia Elia 


Wash., D. C. 


Sar 


Bernardino, Calif. 


Adelphi, Md. 


Lorton, Va. 


Beirut, Lebanon 


(B.S.) 




(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(B.S.) 


(M.B.A.) 



Estrada Bernard 


Sandra Damewood 


Jack Patrick 


Kenneth Rollins 


Joseph Sarisky 


Wash., D. C. 


Arlington, Va. 


Tonawanda, N. Y. 


Leesburg, Va. 


Atlas, Pa. 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 


(B.A.) 




Carolyn Shary 

Baldwin, N. Y. 

(B.A.) 




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I I 



James Short 

Takoma Park, Md. 

(B.A.) 




Richard Ottman 

Arlington, Va. 

(B.S.) 



Edgar Williams 

Wash., D. C. 

(B.S.) 




Richard Belling 
Wash., D. C. 
(L.L.B.) 





Thomas Dudley 


Donald Jacobs 


John McCoIlum 


Linton, Ind. 


Wash., D. C. 


Camden, N. J. 


(L.L.B.) 


(L.L.B.) 


(L.L.B.) 




Samuel Moore 


Mitchell Myers 


Theo. Polydoroff 


Marvin Schneck 


Al Stallone 


Alexandria, Va. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C. 


Wash., D. C 


(L.L.B.) 


(L.L.B.) 


(L.L.B.) 


(L.L.B.) 


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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ALLEN, La VERNE . . . page 173— Washington, D. C. 
ALPERN, ERWIN A. . . . page 173 — New Castle, Pennsylvania— B.S. 
Economics — Pi Gamma Mu; Economics Club, 3, 4; Veterans Club 3 
ARTIS, REBECCA ANN . . . page 173— Washington, D. C, EM 
3-2908— English — Alpha Chi Omega; F.T.A. 2, 3; Alpha Chi Omega 
Treasurer 3 

ASHER, NANCY . . . page 173 — New York, New York — Elementary 
Education 

BAIRD, ROBERT L. . . . page 173 — Washington, D. C, WO 6-8588 
— Economics — Economics Club 3; Wrestling Team 3 
BALCOM, ROGER C. . . . page 173 — Washington, D. C, EM 3-3420 
— Psychology — Alpha Sigma Phi; M.S.M. 1, 2; Wrestling 1 
BAXTER, MILDRED G. . . . page 173— Alexandria, Va., KI 8-0749— 
Music 

BELL, ROBERT L. . . . page 173— Washington, D. C, RA 3-4829— 
Art — Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha Phi Omega, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Science 
Club 1, 2; A. U. Players 3; College Council 2; Vice-Pres. Sophomore 
Class; Treasurer, Junior Class; Orientation Board 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Board 
3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4 

BELLAK, RICHARD F. . . . page 173— Washington, D. C, WO 
6-8244— English— Tennis Team 1, 2; Hillel 1, 2; S.A.M. 1, 2; Pan 
Athnon 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2 

BLITGEN, ELIZABETH P. . . . page 173 — Washington, D. C. — Music 
BLOOM, DIANNE G. . . . page 173 — Larchmont, New York — Inter- 
national Relations — Delta Phi Epsilon 

BOAL, LESLEY . . . page 173 — Winnetka, Illinois — Sociology — Phi Mu 
— Women's "A" Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Chorus 3; Orienta- 
tion Board 

BRIGHT, ROBERT EDWARD . . . page 173 — Wildwood, New Jersey 
— Economics — Alpha Sigma Phi; Manager Swimming Team and Tennis 
Team 4; A. U. Players 

BRODSKY, BARBARA SONIA . . . page 173— Washington, D. C— 
B.A. Education — Alpha Chi Omega 2, 3, 4 

BRODT, DORIS A. . . . page 173— Arlington, Va., KE 6-8484— Psy- 
chology and Education — Kappa Delta; Cap & Gown; Women's "A" 
Club 2, 3, 4; Athletic Board 2; Orientation Board 2; Intramural Sports 
1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Panhellenic Council 3; TALON Princess 4 
BYRNE, MARGARET CHURCH . . . page 173— Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land, OL 2-7859 — Elementary Education — Delta Gamma; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4 

CANNON, JOSEPH ALOYSIUS, Jr. . . . page 173— Washington, D. C. 
— Sociology — Alpha Tau Omega; Pi Delta Epsilon; Orientation Board 

1, 2, 3, 4; Social Board 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; (Captain 3, 4) 
College Council Merit Award 3; A. U. Players 2, 3, 4; Aquiana 4; 
Varsity "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Talon 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; Society 
of Asclepios 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 4 

CASEY, GLENDA SUE . . . page 173— Arlington, Va.— History- 
Delta Gamma; Who's Who; Phi Alpha Theta; Cap & Gown; College 
Council 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4; History Club 4; Orientation 
Board 3, 4; Sophomore Queen of Hearts; Talon Beauty Queen Runner- 
up 3, Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Award 4; Myer Foundation Scholarship 
Award 3, 4; M.S.M. 2, 4; Homecoming Queen; W.A.M.U. 2; EAGLE 

2, 3; TALON 2, 3; Senior Class Secretary 4; Fire Warden 2 
CLEMENTS, GERALD GUY . . . page 174 — Arlington, Va., KE 6-8731 
— Philosophy — Philosophy Club 

COBB, CHARLES W. . . . page 174— Hyattsville, Md., HE 4-1353 — 
Economics — S.A.M. 3; Veterans Club 2, 3; Economics Club 4 
COOKE, WALTER S. . . . page 174— Washington, D. C, T. A. 9-2915 
— Art — Chess Club, Art Committee 

CORDREY, RICHARD I .. . . page 174— Wilmington, Delaware- 
Psychology — Alpha Sigma Phi 

CORREY, JOAN . . . page 174 — Washington, D. C, Elementary Edu- 
cation 

CRICKMAN, MARY SUSAN McHENRY . . . page 174— Washington, 
D. C, WO 6-5594— English— English Honorary 3, 4; WRITER 3; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Unitarian Club 4 

DAVIS, NORMAN M. . . . page 174 — Chevy Chase, Md.— English- 
Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; W.A.M.U. 1, 2; EAGLE 2; WRITER 2, 3, 4; 
English Honorary 3; TALON 4; Hillel 3 

DINKLE, RUTH G. . . . page 174 — Millersville, Indiana— Elementary 
Education 

DIXON, JEAN M. . . . page 174 — Vandemere, North Carolina — Edu- 
cation 

EDEN, JOANNE ELIZABETH . . . page 174— Washington, D. C, 
WO 6-5333 — English Literature — Phi Mu; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Orientation 
Board 2, 3, 4 

FASBENDER, CAROL D. . . . page 174— Centerport, New York- 
Sociology — Alpha Delta Pi; Canterbury Club 1, 2; Intramural Basket- 
ball, Softball, Volleyball 3, 4 

FINK, MARIANELL B. . . . page 174— Arlington, Va„ JA 7-3556— 
English— M.S.M. 2, 4; Student N.E.A. 4; A. U. Players 2 
GARRETSON, NANCY A. . . . page 174— Mt. Pleasant, Iowa— History 
GILKESON, GUY M. . 
Elementary Education 
GILKESON, WRENN B 



nomics — Phi Epsilon Pi; Pan Athnon 1, 2, 3; Pres. 4; Soccer 1, 2; 
Debate Club 3; Economic Club 3, 4 

GLYMPH, BENJAMIN MARKHAM . . . page 174 — Washington, D. C, 
OL 6-6705 — Communications — Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Delta Chi 
HALL, DIANNE . . . page 174 — Mitchellville, Md.— Art Education- 
Kappa Delta Epsilon; Student N.E.A. 3, 4; Art Committee 4 
HITCHCOCK, MARY . . . page 175— Washington, D. C— Philosophy 
and Religion 

HOESTEREY, ANNE MARIE . . . page 175— Rochester, New York- 
History — Delta Gamma; History Club 3, 4; Philosophy Club 3; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Volleyball 3, 4; Swimming 4 
HOLMES, RICHARD GIBSON . . . page 175— Takoma Park, Md., 
JU 9-5793 — Radio-Television — Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
JASKOL, LEONARD R. . . . page 175— Rego Park 74, New York 
JENKINS, ROLAND H. . . . page 175 — Arlington, Va.— Communica- 
tions — Alpha Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; W.A.M.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
News & Sports Director 3; Chief Announcer 4; Intramural Council 3, 4: 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Communications Board 3; Orientation 
Board 4 

JONES, JOHN B. . . . page 175— Washington, D. C, TA 9-7871 — 
Sociology — Alpha Sigma Phi 3, 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; Kappa 
Phi Kappa 3, 4; Pan American 2; Junior Alliance Francaise 3, 4; 
Chorus 2, 3; Men's "A" Club 3, 4; EAGLE 3, 4; M.S.M. 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 
JONES, JOHN HARTLEY . . . page 175— Kensington, Md., LO 5-0186 
—English— Phi Sigma Kappa; WRITER 3, 4; Pan Athnon 4; Inter- 
fraternity Council 4 

KAPPLER, BARBARA A. . . . page 175— Kensington, Md., LO 4-0142 
— History — Alpha Chi Omega; Pan Ametican 1, 4; Intetnational Rela- 
tions Club 4 

KIBBE, ORLANDO R. . . . page 175 — Middlesex, New Jersey — Music 
and Religion — Alpha Sigma Phi; Chorus 3, 4; Kappa Phi Kappa 4; 
Student Union Committee: M.S.M. 3, 4; Religious Board 4; Co-chair- 
man University Religious Conference 4; Orientation Board 4 



page 175 — Buckhannon, West Virginia — 

. page 175 — York, Pennsylvania — Economics 

S.A.M. 1, 2; Lutheran Club 4 

. . . page 175 — Pensacola, Florida — Elemen- 



F.lementary Education 
GIMENEZ, JOSE V. 



page 174— Herndon, Va., PL 9-2218- 

. page 174— Herndon, Va., PL 9-22 IS— 

page 174 — Barquisimeto, Venezuela — Eco- 



KIDDY, MORRIS R 
Biology 

KNARR, GEORGE R. . 
— Economic Club 1, 2, ■ 
LEARY, ALBERT D., J 
tary Education 

LEVINE, DONALD L. . . . page 175— Forest Hills, New York— Com- 
munications, Radio-TV— Phi Epsilon Pi; S.A.M. 1; W.A.M.U. 2, 3, 4 
LISS, SHELDON B. . . . page 175 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — 
History — Student Bar Association; Varsity Swimming 3, 4; Law Review; 
Varsity "A" Club 3, 4 

LODEESEN, PEGGY J. . . . page 175 — Memphis, Tennessee — Inter- 
national Relations, N.E.A.; Dean's List 

MARIEN, NICHOLAS L. . . . page 175— Bristol Connecticut— Eco- 
nomics — Phi Sigma Kappa; Economic Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, Veterans Club 
MARKWOOD, VALERIE M. . . . page 175— Washington, D. C. — 
Psychology— Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; EAGLE 2, 3; Copy Editor TALON 
2; Aquiana 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman 2; Class Secretary 3; Class Vice- 
President 4; Spring Weekend Committee 3; Orientation Board 3, 4; 
Chairman Who's Who & Awards Committee 4; College Council 4; 
Constitutional Revision Committee 4; Student Union Committee 4 
MAYER, ROY C. . . . page 175 — Jamaica, New York — Economics — 
Alpha Tau Omega; Social Board; Lutheran Club 1; Economics Club 2; 
Mens Residence Council 1; House Council 2; Soccer 
McCLEES, ROBERT C . . . page 176— Washington, D. C— History 
—History Club 2, 3; President 4; M.S.M. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Veterans 
Club 3, 4; Kappa Phi Kappa 

MONDRAGON, LINDA de M. . . . page 176 — Bethesda, Maryland- 
History — Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Alpha Theta, Seecretary; Pi Gamma 
Mu, Secretary; Cap & Gown, Secretary; Pan American Club 2, 3; Secre- 
tary 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2; History Club 1, 2, 3 
MOREY, ROBERT E. . . . page 176 — Washington, D. C— Economics 
— Alpha Sigma Phi 

MORGAN, JAMES R. . . . page 176 — Poolesville, Maryland— Phi- 
losophy 

MORI ARTY, FRANCIS J. . . . page 176 — Fitchburg, Massachusetts- 
History — Alpha Tau Omega — Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Gamma Mu; Delta 
Sigma Rho; History Club; Newman Club; A. U. Players; Class Presi- 
dent 4 

MOSBY, MURIEL A page 176— Washington, D. C— Psychology 

— Newman Club 2, 3 
MRAZ, RONALD J. . 
dent Music Club 4 
NACHTMAN, JOHN T. . . page 176 — Bethesda, Maryland— Public- 
Relations — American Public Relations Association President 4 
NI NI, MA . . . page 176 — Rangoon, Burma — International Relations 
Organization 

NUGENT, JOAN C. . . . page 176 — Bronxville, New York— Art- 
French Club — Chorus, Methodist Club 

O'CONNOR, JEAN K. . . . page 176 — Chester, Pennsylvania — Com- 
munications — Delta Gamma; Alpha Psi Omega; Theta Sigma Phi; Cap 
& Gown; W.A.M.U. 1, 2, 3; EAGLE 1, 2, 3, 4; A. U. Players 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Scholastic Achievement Board 2; Orientation Board 2, 3, 4; Communi- 
cations Board 4; International Relations Club 4; Intramurals 2, 3 



page 176 — Sterling, Va. — Music — Vice-Presi 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



OGLIVIE, CATHERINE L. . . . page 176 — Arlington, Va. — History — 
Kappa Delta Epsilon; M.S.M. 1; President 2; Vice-President 3, 4; His- 
tory Club 1, 2; Treasurer 3; Vice-President 4; Religious Board Chair- 
man 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Vice President 4; College Council 3, 4 
PALMER, ROBERT E. B. . . . page 176 — College Park, Maryland- 
Economics — Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Tau Phi 

PARIS, SABRA M. . . . page 176 — Washington, D. C. — Sociology — 
Phi Mu; Orientation 2, 3; Co-chairman 4; Social Board 3; Chairman 4; 
College Council 4; Women's "A" Club 2, 3, 4; Inrramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Aquiana 2; EAGLE 3; TALON 3 
PARKINSON, PHILIP D. . . . page 176 — Annapolis, Maryland— In- 
ternational Relations — International Relations Club 4; Political Science 
Club 4 

PERKINS, DIANE J. . . . page 176 — Silver Spring, Maryland — Soci- 
ology — phi Mu; Publications Board 4; F.TA. 4; Orientation Board 4; 
N.E.A. 4 

PETRINI, WILLIAM S. . . . page 176 — Washington, D. G— Com- 
munications — Alpha Sigma Phi; Pledge Class President 1, Pledgemaster 
2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Sigma Delta Chi 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 

2, 3, 4; TALON; Photographer 1, Layout and Photography Editor 2; 
Editor-in-chief 3; EAGLE 1, 2; Arts Board 3; Publications Board 2, 4; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4 

POND, GLEN D. . . . page 176 — Arlington, Virginia — Elementary 
Education — Alpha Sigma Phi; Kappa Phi Kappa, Corr. Sec; Orientation 
Board 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Student N.E.A. President 4; Alpha Sigma Phi 
Vice-President 4; President 4 

PORTER, VIRGINIA D. . . . page 177 — Scranton, Pennsylvania — His- 
tory — Phi Mu; College Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Scholastic Achieve- 
ment Board 1; Orientation Board 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Board 3; Class 
Vice-President 3; House Council Treasurer 3; President Women's Resi- 
dence Council 4; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 
4; Delta Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Secretary 3; Vice-President 4; 
Cap and Gown Treasurer 4; Phi Mu Vice-President 3, 4; EAGLE 1, 2, 3; 
WRITER Publicity Manager 2; A. U. Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; 
Best Actress of Year 1955-56; Women's "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 
4; Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Washing- 
ton Panhellenic Award 1956; College Council Merit Awards 1955, 1957; 
Cap and Gown Award to Outstanding Freshman Woman; Dean's. List 

1, 2, 3, 4; Golder Alumni Scholarship; Panhellenic Scholarship 
POSNER, ROBERT B. . . . page 177 — Washington, D. G — Art — Arts 
Board 2; Art Students Committee 1, 3, 4 

RICE, PATRICIA D. . . . page 177— Washington, D. G— Sociology- 
Publications Board 1; Intramurals 1; EAGLE 1; Chess Club 2; Canter- 
bury Club 2, 3, 4; Religious Board 3 

SANDIN, ROBERT B. . . . page 177 — Arlington, Virginia — Journalism 
Sigma Delta Chi Secretary 2; President 3 

SCHRECK, BARBARA L. . . . page 177— Floral Park, L. I., New York 
— Sociology-Delta Gamma; Kappa Delta Epsilon; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Health & Welfare Committee 1; W.A.M.U. 1; Freshmen Class 
Secretary; Intramurals 1, 2, 3 

SEIN, MAUNG N. . . . page 177 — Rangoon, Burma — International 
Relations and Organization 

SMITH, COLINDA G. . . . page 177 — Washington, D. G— Elementary 
Education — Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Epsilon — Women's "A" Club 

3, 4; Elections Board 3; Secretary 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Secretary 4 

SMITH, DANIEL G . . . page 177— Washington, D. G— Philosophy 
SMITH, FAY M. . . . page 177— Washington, D. G— Sociology 
SMITH, MINDY L. . . . page 177— Brooklyn, New York— Drama- 
Phi Mu; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Psi Omega; A. U. Players 2; WRITER 
2; Sophomore Class Secretary; College Council 3; Dean's List 2; Social 
Chairman 1 

SMITH, SARAH K. . . . page 177 — Culpeper, Virginia— Philosophy, 
Religion and Art; Pan Athnon 3; Judicial Court 3, 4; Philosophy Club 4 
STEPHENS, BURTON W. . . . page 177— Frederick, Maryland— Psy- 
chology — Alpha Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; W.A.M.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
News Sports Director 2; Station Manager 3, 4; Communications Board 

2, 3; Orienration Board 3, 4; Soccer 1; Captial Network Program Co- 
ordinator 2; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Publications Board 3 
STREETER, ROBERT G. . . . page 177— Sierra Vista, Arizona— Com- 
munications— Theta Chi; W.A.M.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; EAGLE 2; Chess Club 
1, 2, 4; TALON 4 

STUMP, RICHARD B. . . . page 177— Cumberland, Maryland— Eco- 
nomics — Economics Club; S.A.M. 

SWARTZ, THOMAS R. . . . page 177— Harrisburg, Pennsylvania— Psy- 
chology 

SWARTZ, VIRGINIA L. . . . page 177— Germantown, Maryland- 
Elementary Education — F.T.A. 3, 4 

TAPNER, DIANE T. . . . page 177— Washington, D. G— English and 
Philosophy— Phi Mu; Pi Delta Epsilon; A. U. Players 1, 2, 3; EAGLE 
1, 2, 3; Editor 4; WRITER 2; Publications Board 2; Chairman 3; College 
Council 3; Student Judiciary 3; Student Health and Welfare Commirtee 
^; Panhellenic Council 2, 3; Phi Mu Rush Chairman 3; Social Chair- 
man 4; Philosophy Club 4; Talon Beaury Princess 3 
THOMAS, EDWARD C, III . . . page 177— Chevy Chase, Maryland- 
Economics — Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Psi Omega; Economics Club 2, 3, 
4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Men's "A" Club 2, 3, 4 



TOM, DAVID . . . page 178 — Towson, Maryland — Psychology — Pan 
Anthon, 2, 3, 4 

TRENERY, DIANE V. . . . page 178— Keansburg, New Jersey— Ele- 
mentary Education — Kappa Delta; Elections Board 2; Finance Com- 
mittee 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Captain 4; House Council Secretary 3; 
President 4; Women's "A" Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; President 
Kappa Delta 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3; Vice-President 4; Intra and 
Extra Mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 

VALENTE, ANTHONY F. . . . page 178— Ashton, Maryland— Com- 
munications — Alpha Tau Omega; Vererans Club 3 

WALTER, KENNETH A. . . . page 178— Damascus, Maryland— His- 
tory — Elections Board Chairman 2; Presidenr of Dormitory 2; Vice- 
President Men's Residence Council 2; Junior Class President; Co-Author 
Student Association Constitution; Chairman Constitution Committee 4 
WALTERS, JOHN E. . . . page 178— Washington, D. G— English 
Literature — Hillel 1 

WELLENREITER, HOPE . . . page 178— Schenectady, New York- 
History — Canterbury Club Secretary 3; President 4; History Club 3; 
Secretary 4 

WELLS, NATHALIE B. . . . page 178— Washington, D. G— Sociology 
— Philosophy Club; Sociology Club 

WERTZ, MELVIN J. . . . page 178— Washington, D. G— Communi- 
cations 

WETZEL, PHYLLIS I. . . . page 178— New York, New York— Ele- 
mentary Education — Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; W.A.M.U. 1, 3; A. U. 
Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3; N.E.A. 4 

WILLOUGHBY, DORMA H. . . . page 1 7 8— Westgate, Maryland- 
Elementary Education — N.E.A. 4 

WOOD, FRANCES M. . . . page 178— Nimrod Hall, Virginia— Music 
Education 

WOOLLEY, RICHARD O. . . . page 178— West Hartford, Connecticut 
—Communications— W.A.M.U. 2, 3, 4; EAGLE 3, 4; TALON 3, 4; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4 
YIM, DO M. . . . page 178 — Seoul, Korea — Psychology 
BUSHBY, ROSWELL F. . . . page 178— Washington, D. C, WO 
6-4661 — Geology 

DAGGIT, ERMINIA Z. . . . page 179— Alexandria, Virginia, TE 6-3985 
— Music — Music Club 4 

GOODMAN, BAYLA . . . page 179— Washington, D. G— Biology 
HOCHMAN, MARILYN . . . page 179— Mount Vernon, New York- 
Sociology — Sigma Rho 

ORDOWER, JANET G . . . page 179— Newark, New Jersey— A. A. 
Education— Sigma Rho; W.A.M.U. 1, 2; Traffic Director W.A.M.U. 2; 
Hillel 1, 2; Secretary 2 

PAPER, MARCIA L. . . . page 179— Washington, D. G— A. A. Edu- 
cation 

PARSONS, JUDITH M. . . . page 179— Scranton, Pa.— AA. 
SWEETEN, CHARLES B. . . . page 179— West Hyattsville, Maryland 
— A. A. History 

BOCKMAN, PETER . . . page 179— Scarsdale, New York— Geology 
— Phi Sigma Kappa; Chemistry Club 3; S.A.M. 1; Veterans Club 2 
CROWN, RONALD FRANCIS . . . page 179— Seat Pleasant, Mary- 
land, RE 6-6304 — Distribured Sciences in Chemistry — Alpha Tau 
Omega; Beta Beta Beta; O.D.K.; Canterbury Club 2; Varsity Athletic 
Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track Captain 2, 3, 4; Health & Welfare 
Committee; Athletic Board; Chemistry Club 2 

DORF, MARTHA ROSE . . . page 179— Washington, D. G, RA 6-0049 
— Chemistry — Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
GRAY, WILLIS E. . . . page 1 79— Washington, D. C, TU 2-7459— 
Chemistry— Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.M.U. 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 
1, 2 

HAFNER, RALPH A. . . . page 179— Silver Spring, Maryland, JU 
9-7839 — Distributed Sciences 

HIGGINS, MONTGOMERY . . . page 179— Washington, D. G, EM 
3-3435 

HULBURT, RICHARD S.. Jr. . . . page 179— Washington, D. G, AD 
2-2947 — Distributed Sciences — Alpha Tau Omega; Beta Beta Beta; Stu- 
dent Association; Publication Board; Finance Committee; Society of 
Asclepius; Chemistry Club; Philosophy Club; Varsity Soccer 4; West- 
minster Foundation 

JOHNSON, DAVID E. . . . page 179— Washington, D. G, JO 2-7199 
— Biology 

LADD, RONALD J. . . . page 179 — Sauk Ste. Marie, Michigan- 
Distributed Science — Kappa Phi Kappa; Beta Beta Beta; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Men's "A" Club; Vice-President 4; Intramural Athletic Council 
3; Student N.E.A. 4; Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain 3, 4; Varsity Cross Country 3, 4; Captain 4 

LAM. DICK G . . . page 179 — Washington, D. G— Physics— Chem- 
istry Club 4 

WEISS, FRANK . . . page 179— Brooklyn, New York— Distributed 
Sciences — Phi Epsilon Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa, President 4; Phi Epsilon 
Pi Chaplain 4; Men's "A" Club 2, 3; President 4; Hillel 1, 2; Chemistry 
Club 2; Health & Welfare Committee 4; Chairman Scholastic Achieve- 
ment Board 4; College Council 4; Varsity Cross Country, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 

BRYK, OLIVER . . . page 179— Washington, D. G— MA. Economics 
— Honor Society; Who's Who; Graduate Assistant 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



WALTERS, THADDEUS, Jr. . . . page 180— Washington, D. C— A. A. 
General Business 

ALCORN, RAYMOND W. . . . page 180— Silver Spring, Maryland, 
JU 8-1990 — Business Administration— S.A.M. 2, 3; Veterans Club 2 
BERMAN, SANFORD A. . . . page 180— Brooklyn, New York — Busi- 
ness Administration — S.A.M. 4 

BUNTING, ROBERT B. . . . page 180— Washington, D. C, EM 
2-2183 — Accounting — Alpha Phi Omega; Swimming; Boy Scouts 
CAMPBELL, JAMES T. . . . page 180— Washington, D. C, EM 3-0577 
— Business Administration — Alpha Tau Omega; Newman Club 3; S.A.M. 
3, 4 

CLIFFORD, ERNEST C. . . . page 180 — Silver Spring, Maryland, JU 
5-4235 — Industrial Management — Phi Sigma Kappa 
COMITO, JOEL T. . . . page 180— Brooklyn, New York— Business- 
Phi Epsilon Pi; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's "A" Club, Treasurer 
3, 4; Athletic Board; Student Council 

DEIBERT, AUSTIN VANCE . . . page 180 — Silver Spring, Maryland, 
JU 8-9281 — Business Administration — S.A.M. 3, 4 

DONNELLY, URBAN M. . . . page 180— Silver Spring, Maryland, JU 
5-9584 — Business Administration — Phi Sigma Kappa, Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Men's "A" Club 3, 4 

DONOVAN, JEREMIAH E. . . . page 180— Arlington, Virginia, JA 
5-2150 — Personnel Management — Alpha Tau Omega; O.D.K.; S.A.M. 
President; Orientation Board 2, 3, 4; Giant Food Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Football 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3 

DRUMMOND, ROY N. . . . page 180— Arlington, Virginia, JA 8-1284 
— Business Administration — Veteran's Club 3, 4; S.A.M. 3, 4 
FITZGIBBONS, JERRY L. . . . page 180— Glen Ellyn, Illinois— Busi- 
ness Administration — Alpha Sigma Phi; W.A.M.U. 3; Soccer 3, 4; Men's 
Residence Council 3; Communications Board 4; Lettermen's Club 4; 
S.A.M. 3, 4; Arthur Godfrey Scholarship; Finance Committee 3, 4 
FLEISCHER, MANFRED M. . . . page 180— New York, New York- 
Business Administration — Phi Sigma Kappa, President 4; Inter-frater- 
nity Council 

FOLERA, MARTHA I. . . . page 180— Hyattsville, Maryland, HA 
2-3346 — General Business — Zeta Tau Alpha; S.A.M. 
GAY, RICHARD C. . . . page 180— Washington, D. C, RA 3-7064— 
Personnel Management — Alpha Tau Omega; S.A.M. 3, 4 
GINSBURG, ROBERT N . . . page 180— Washington, D. C, WO 
6-8279 — Business Administration — Veteran's Club; S.A.M. 2, 3 
GRAYSON, RAYMOND W., Jr. . . . page 180— Washington, D. C, 
DU 7-2221 — Business Administration — S.A.M. 1, 2, 3, 4; Economics 
Club 1, 2; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3 

GREEN, ROBERT L. . . . page 180 — Scranton, Pennsylvania — Business 
Administration — Sigma Chi 

HAIR, EUNICE F. . . . page 181 — Business Administration 
HARSHMAN, RICHARD A. . . . page 181— Arlington, Virginia, KI 
9-5012 — Business Administtation — Alpha Sigma Phi; S.A.M. 4 
HIGHSMITH, HORACE E. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C, WA 
7-6793 — Accounting 

HOLLEMAN, ROBERT B. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C, JA 
8-3861 — Business Administration — Track Team 1 

JAFFE, ARTHUR S. . . . page 181— Brooklyn, New York— Business 
Administration 

KENNEDY, JAMES C . . . page 181 — Business Administration 
KERCHEVAL, JACK W. . . . page 181— Arlington, Virginia, JA 8-5525 
— Business Administration — S.A.M.; Economics Club 
KEYS, RICHARD C. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C, AD 2-2848— 
Business Administration — Alpha Tau Omega; S.A.M. 2, 3, 4 
KRAUSE, DONNA L. . . . page 181— East St. Louis, Illinois— Business 
Administration — M.S.M. 3, 4; Copy-Editor EAGLE 4; EAGLE 3; News- 
letters 3; S.A.M. 4 

LAMOURE, LAWRENCE J. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C— 
Business Administration 

LOEWY, MARVIN R. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C. 
LOUIE, JAMES M. . . . page 181 — Easton, Maryland — Business Admin- 
istration — Pan Anthon I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 1; Intramural Tennis 
2, 3; S.A.M. 1, 2, 3; Treasurer Pan Anthon 4 

McCORMICK, GERALD A. . . . page 181— Arlington, Virginia- 
Business Administration — S.A.M. 3; Veterans Club 3 
MERRELL, WALTER C . . . page 181— Amity, Oregon— Business Ad- 
ministration 

MEYERS, BERTRAM H. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C— Business 
Administration — Phi Epsilon Pi; Religious Board 1, 2; Hillel 1, 2; 
S.A.M. 1, 2; Varsity Soccer 2; Varsity Wrestling 2; Tau Delta Chi Vice- 
President 2; President 3; I.F.C. 3; Debate Club 3; Student Bar Associa- 
tion 4 

MOUNSEY, MERA E. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C— General 
Business 

MUNSEY, KENNETH B. . . . page 181— Washington, D. C— Business 
Administration — Alpha Tau Omega; Economics Club 1; S.A.M. 1, 2, 3; 
Vice-President 1; Varsity "A" Club 1, 2; Secretary 1; Treasurer Senior 
Class; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 1; Westminster Foundation; 
President, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Orientation Board 1, 2, 3; Alpha 
Tau Omega Scholarship Chairman 1; House & Grounds Chairman 1 



MURPHY, JOSEPH H. . . . page 181— Hyattsville, Matyland— Ac- 
counting — Treasurer; S.A.M. 

OUTERBRIDGE, THOMAS W. . . . page 182— Washington, D. C— 
Business Administration — Phi Sigma Kappa; Veterans Club 2, 3; S.A.M. 
2, 3 

RIDGWAY, DAVID B. . . . page 182— Arlington, Virginia— Business 
Administration — S.A.M. 3, 4; Veterans Club 3 

ROBINSON, NATHAN C. . . . page 182— Washington, D. C— Busi- 
ness Administration — Accounting — Student Christian Fellowship 1, 2 
ROSE, IRVIN . . . page 182 — Arlington, Virginia, JA 7-8347 — Business 
Administration 

SAWWAF, FAEZ . . . page 182 — Damascus, Syria — Business Admin- 
istration 

SCOTT, WILLIAM . . . page 182— Flushing, New York— Business Ad- 
ministration — Phi Sigma Kappa; Swimming 1; W.A.M.U. 1, S.A.M. 
SEARLS, AUREL B. . . . page 182 — Washington, D. C— General Busi- 
ness 

SELLERS, WINFRED R. . . . page 182 — Lamesa, Texas — Accounting 
SHERMAN, NEIL . . . page 182— Washington, D. C— Business Ad- 
ministration — Phi Epsilon Pi; Hillel 3; S.A.M. 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4 
SHUFELT, WAYNE E. . . . page 182— Ridgely, Maryland— Industrial 
Management — Alpha Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity "A" Club 2, 3, 4; College Council 4; Men's Residence Council 
3; President Hughes Hall 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Board 
3; Athletic Board 3; Elections Board Chairman 4; S.A.M. 1, 4; News- 
letter Editor 4; EAGLE 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor 2, 3 

STUBS, CHARLES R. . . . page 182— Washington, D. C— Business 
Administration — Phi Sigma Kappa 

TALBOTT, LELAND E. . . . page 182 — Arlington, Virginia — Business 
Administration 

THOMPSON, EDWARD R. . . . page 182— Fairfax, Virginia— Busi- 
ness Administration — Alpha Psi Omega; S.A.M. 3, 4 
VOLLMECKE, HANS W. . . . page 182— Washington, D. C— Trans- 
portation — Phi Sigma Kappa; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Freshman Basketball Coach 3; Finance Committee 3, 4; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Kappa Treasurer 3; President 4; Orientation 
Board 4; I.F.C. 3, 4 

WALL, LYNN A. . . . page 182— San Bernardino, California— Busi- 
ness Administration 
WEIR, COLIN H. 
ministration 
WILEY, LARRY C 
istration 

ELIA, SOUHEIL E. 
ness Administration 
BERNARD, ESTRADA J 
Science — Soccer 3, 4 
DAMEWOOD, SANDRA J. . . . page 183— Arlington, Virginia, KE 
6-7273 — Political Science — Phi Mu; Cap & Gown, President 4; Orienta- 
tion Board 1, 2, 3; College Council 4; Apple Blossom Princess 3; Pan- 
hellenic 4; President Phi Mu 4 

PATRICK, JACK W. . . . page 183— Buffalo, New York— Polticial 
Science — Alpha Tau Omega; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu 
Scholastic Achievement Board 1; Chairman 2; Elections Board 3; Parlia 
mentarian Student Association 2; Student Association Comptroller 4 
Chairman Constitutional Revision Committee 3; Finance Committee 4 
Cross Country 3; Men's "A" Club 4; I.F.C. Treasurer 2; Secretary 4 
Alpha Tau Omega Treasurer 3; President 4 

ROLLINS, KENNETH B. . . . page 1 8 3— Leesburg, Virginia— Political 
Science — Delta Sigma Rho; President Student Association 4; College 
Council 1, 2, 3; Pan Anthon 1, 2; Debating Society 2, 3; S.A.M. 3, 4; 
M.S.M. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.M.U. 1, 2; Political Club 4; Men's Residence 
Council 3; Orientation Board 3, 4 

SARISKY, JOSEPH L. . . . page 183— Atlas, Pennsylvania— Political 
Science — Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Political Club 2, 4; Philosophy Club 2, 
4; Veterans Club 1; S.A.M. 2 

SHARY, CAROLYN A. . . . page 183— Baldwin, L.I., New York- 
Political Science — Pi Beta Phi; Orientation Board 4; Political Club 3, 4; 
Scholastic Achievement Board 4 

SHORT, JAMES W. . . . page 183— Takoma Park, Maryland— Political 
Science — Political Club President; S.A.M 
OTTMAN, RICHARD F 
Administration 
WILLIAMS, EDGAR D 
lie Administration 

LIGHT, MARGARET A. . . . page 183— London, Kentucky— M. A. 
Government and Political Science — Alpha Chi Omega; Honor Society; 
Pi Sigma Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-President; President English 
Honorary; WRITER Circulation Director; TALON; Religious Board; 
Senior Class Representative; Orientation Board: Economics Club; Public 
Administration Internship; Forensic Society Secretary; Pi Gamma Mu 
National Scholarship; Pi Gamma Mu Award for 1957 Outstanding 
Member 

BEATY, WILLIAM E. . . . page 183— Alexandria, Virginia— L.L.B.— 
Delta Theta Phi 
BELLINGER, RICHARD A. . . . page 183— Waterloo, Iowa— L.L.B. 



page 182 — Adelphi, Maryland — Business Ad- 
page 182 — Lorton, Virginia — Business Admin- 
. page 182 — Beirut, Lebanon — M. B. A. Busi- 
page 183 — Monsonia, Liberia — Political 



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BROWN, CHARLES B. . . . page 183— Oskaloosa, Iowa — L.L.B. — 
Delta Theta Phi 

D'AMELIO, MICHAEL C. . . . page 183— Frankfurt, New York— L.L.B. 
— Delta Theta Phi; Student Bar Association 1, 2, 3; President 2; Law 
Review 1 

DAWSON, JOHN H., Jr. . . . page 183— Rockville, Maryland— L.L.B. 
Delta Theta Phi 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2; Student Bar Association, Vice- 
President 3; Business Editor Law Review 3 

DUDLEY, TOMMIE G. . . . page 183 — Linton, Indiana — L.L.B. — Sigma 
Nu Phi 

JACOBS, DONALD W. . . . page 183 — Silver Spring, Maryland — L.L.B. 
McCOLLUM, JOHN E. . . . page 183— Camden, New Jersey — L.L.B. 
— Delta Theta Phi; Student Bar Association 



MOORE, SAMUEL N. . . . page 183— Alexandria, Virginia— L.L.B. 

Delta Theta Phi; President Student Bar Association 

MYERS, MITCHELL . . . page 183— Washington, D. C— L.L.B.— Sigma 

Nu Phi 

POLYDOROFF, THEODORE . . . page 183— Falls Church, Virginia 

—L.L.B. 

SCHNECK, MARVIN E. . . . page 183— Washington, D. C— L.L.B. 

—Sigma Nu Phi; Who's Who; Law Review 1, 2, 3; Editor-in-chief 3; 

Appellate Moot Court Judge 3 

STALLONE, ALBERT A. . . . page 183— Reading, Pennsylvania— L.L.B. 

Sigma Nu Phi; Who's Who; Omicron Delta Kappa; Law Review 1, 2, 

3; Officer 2, 3; Appellate Moot Court Judge 



GRADUATED NOT PICTURED 



College of Arts and Sciences 
Bachelor of Arts 

Robert W. Andrews 
John M. Arbuckle 
Ann C. Bachmann 
Lawrence E. Baker 
Thomas G. Baker 
Grace G. Barall 
Marian Barb 
Matilene S. Berryman 
Beverly A. Bland 
Laura A. Brooks 
John L. Busby 
Jane Cherry 
Chi-ok Cho 
Paul C. Christopher 
Harry I. Clarkson 
Judith M. F. Cohen 
Frank G. Corder 
Colette Courtot 
Jane A. Coury 
David Davis 
Laszlo Dosa 
Joseph L. Douglas, Jr. 
George S. Flint 
Daren J. Flitcroft 
Russell Jay Flolo 
Jean M. Francis 
Delia S. Furzer 
Richard F. Galante 
Ezra Gebrat 
Samuel M. Greenhouse 
Joyce Lee Griffith 
Martin S. Halpern 
Janet M. Hamacher 
Jordan L. Harding 
Ashley L. Hawken 
Hans Hartmut Hechlet 
Cora V. Heyer 
Earl D. Hightower 
Nancy M. Hoffman 
Piccola A. Hughes 
Fuad Huneidi 
Robert B. Jackbi 
Bella W. Karpoff 
Woldezion M. Kelaty 
Helen K. Kim 
Kum Ja Kim 
John F. Krasny 
Vera R. Kruglak 
Marcia L. Lancaster 
Elizabeth S. Lane 
Ruth P. Ledbetter 
Insook Lee 
Mary L. Lilly 
John M. Littlepage, Jr. 
Carol L. Lodge 
Robert L. Lowe 
Juliette Lurie 
Herschel J. Lynch 
Richard H. Mader 
Mary C. McGarr 
Carol M. McNamee 
Charles A. Ogdon 
Arnaldo Otero 
James C. Parker 
Constantino Pereira 
Henry S. Prender 
John P. Presby 



Barbara Price 
Beryl D. Quinn 
William H. Randolph 
Michael Rascon 
John B. Ricketts 
Ruth I. Ritchey 
Elaine R. Sakai 
Gordon D. Sanborn 
Donald G. Sandstrom 
Randel H. Scharer 
Warren N. Scheer 
James L. Solomon 
Mozart I. Spector 
John W. Sprague 
Katsuyo L. Takeshita 
Margaret B. Theall 
Charles M. Tyson 
Thomas E. Vornberger 
Mary B. Watkins 
Alice H. Weber 
Allen Jack Weinstein 
William H. Wesp 
Donald A. Wheeler 
Earl S. Williams 
Richard S. Williams 
Wai Hoi Wong 
James R. Wright 

Associate in Arts 
Leigh H. Baldwin 
Natalie Clarkson 
Barbara L. Fink 
Parvaneh Khosropur 
lames C. Mason 
"Elizabeth M. Miller 
Donald E. Reilly 
Muhammad K. Shams 
Lilian Volins 
Virginia L. Wertz 

Bachelor of Science 

Bekele K Asfaw 
Sherman Chin 
Francis M. Dubocq 
Rose V. Favinger 
Donald J. Frendzel 
Edmund I. Kovach 
Jewell W. Kraft 
Arthur R. Levey 
William D. Long 
Albert Mac Chambers 
Gordon V. Oehser 
William H. Roberts 
Herman A. Schulteis, Jr. 
Joan E. Stakem 
Ted L. Stewart 
Leonard W. Wertz 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 
Associate in Business 
Administration 

Ruth I. Cargould 
Patricia Ann Wilson 

Bachelor of Science in Busir 
Administration 

James E. Arneson 



Nicholas A. Aspiotis 
Emory D. Barge 
John A. Berna 
Joe Bradshaw 
John J. Budzynski 
Marshall R. Butcher 
William R. Chesser 
Donald E. DeHaven 
Peter T. Dressier 
Hannah M. Dwyer 
Wallace Edington, Jr. 
James H. Evans 
Arvid A. Francis 
Edward R. Gardner, Jr. 
Robert H. Getts 
William J. Hannan 
James A. Henderson 
William T. Hines 
Forrest M. John, Jr. 
Thomas F. Krivak 
Thomas A. Lafley 
Felice J. Law 
Carroll D. Lee, Jr. 
Lloyd W. Lee 
Francis R. Lushe 
James C. Lynch 
Issac H. Mance 
John S. Mclnerney 
Coy Mercer, Jr. 
Matthew J. Miles 
Philip M. Morris 
Earl L. Morton 
William D. Noakes 
Charles C. O'Connor 
Andrew Prokop 
lames W. Respess 
William G. Roylance, III 
Paul M. Sachs 
Jean Marie Seal 
Elizabeth L. Sewell 
Wayland H. Simms. Jr. 
Everette Spain 
Francis E. Thomas 
Paul A. Turner 
Daryle A. Wade 
David W. Ward 
Irving Ward 

SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT 
AND PUBLIC 

ADMINISTRATION 
Associate in Administration 
Willard G. Olsen 

Associate in Public 

Administration 
Lucille D. Adkins 
William L. Alcorn 
Gerald Bessell 
Louis J. Christina, Jr. 
Robert E. Higbie 
Ruby F. Floyd 
Willard M. McLaughlin 
Robert J. Rish 

Bachelor of Arts 

Peggy S. Amundson 
Milton Gordon 
Charles A. Meyers, Jr. 
Pauline R. Moore 



Lawrence P. Oliver 
William T. Rogerson 
Andrew L. Sommer 
John E. Thompson 

Bachelor of Science in Public 
Administration 

Virgil Lee Barr 
Waltzie D. Cooke 
John M. Eustace 
Mark K. Favinger 
James C. Freeman 
Andrew W. Jackson, Jr. 
Frank Mahnic, Jr. 
William G. McCarthy 
Jack C. Pleasant 
Frank M. Redburn 
Clair F. Ruths 
William Sher 
Mart Supasirivat 
Doris O. Wondel 
Franklin P. Wood 

Bachelor of Science in Social 
Science 

Arthur R. Dennert 
James N. Ryan 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF 
LAW 

Bachelor of Laws 

Richard W. Averill 
Benedict G. Ballman 
William Beaty 
Edward C. Bou 
Preston C. Carlisle 
Harvey A. David 
Maurice R. Dunie 
William P. Fennell 
John B. Flynn 
Robert L. Flynn 
Leslie C. Gay 
Gilbert Y. Gimble 
Karherine M. Greene 
Carl D. Hevener 
Elmer Hoist 
David Horton 
Philip S. Horwith 
William L. Jones, Jr. 
William Kaufman 
lames T. Kenney 
Walter T. Lloyd 
Anthony C. Morella 
Thomas A. Olsen 
Paul D. Orlich 
Eugene L. Pulliam 
Mary O. Raby 
James J. Ralabate 
Eric L. Richards 
Randolph R. Ruffin 
George M. Shepherd, Jr. 
Robert I. Smith 
Betty J. Southard 
John A. Welch 
Kenneth W. Whittaker 
Thomas R. Zaso 
Herbert K. Zearfoss 



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ABEL, ROBERT M., 2631 Pacific Ave, At- 
lantic Cty, N. J. 
ABOU, ELSAMH MOHHMED, 18)) New 
Hampshire Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
ABRAMS, JUDITH ANN, 144 Kmgi Point 

Rd., Great Neck, N. Y. 
ABRAMS, LEWIS, )117 Legation St., N. W ., 

Washington, D. C, EM 3-S02S 
ABRAMS, REBECCA ANN, 4))0 46th St., 

N W Washington, D. C, EM )-7S96 
ACCARDI, VINCE J., 209) Gless Ave., 

Union, N. J., MU 6-6119 
ACKERMANN, PETER GROSS, 16 Cortez 

St., Westfield, Mass. 
ACOSTA, SONIA E., 211! )7th St., N. W., 

Washington, DC. 
ADAIR, KATRINA L., 9 Southgate Ave., 

Annapolis, Md. . 

ADAMS, E. CARRIERE, 4704 Morgan Drive, 

Chevy Chase, Md., OL 2-4868 
ADAMS, EDWARD LEE, 233 W. 6th St., 

Waynesboro, Pa. 
ADAMS, FRANCIS, 4509 Sangamore Rd„ 

Washington, D. C, OL 6-6098 
ADAMS, RONALD C, 22S N. Main St., 

Blossburg, Pa., 72J 
ADDANA, MOHAM1N A., 1230 New Hamp- 
shire Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C, 
FE 7-2)24 
ADLER, GEORGIA, 6712 Clyde, Chicago, III. 
ADONA, ISABELLA ANNE, 421 Burbank 

St., S. E„ Washington, D. C. 
ADRIAN, WILLIAM R., 1636 Fort Davis St., 

S. E., Washington, D. C, LU 1-5645 
AGEE, DUVAL W., 7720 Eastern Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-4852 
AGUERO, ELINA, 345 N. Edison St., Arling- 
ton, Va., JA 7-6488 
ALBERT, ROBERT HENRY, 830 Crittenden 
St., N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 3-2221 
ALBRECHT, FREDERICK C, 333 Montelaire 

Dr., Pleasants, lie, N. J. 
ALBRIGHT, VERNON LUCAS, 6229 West- 
acre Lane, Toledo, Ohio 
ALEXANDER. JOAN, 5404 Greystone St., 

Chevy Chase IS, Md., OL 4-5548 
ALKIRE, ALAN R., 8710 2nd Ave., Silver 

Spring, Md., JU S-4006 
ALLEN. PHILLIP D., Long Ln. S. S. Spirack. 

Far Hills, N. J. 
ALLERDICE. MARGARET, 5821 14th St., 

N. W„ Washington, D. C, TA 9-3106 
ALLERTON, IOHN S., 1411 Martha Custis 

Dr.. Alexandria, Va., KI 9-8708 
ALMARIO. ANTONIO, 3334 17th St., N. W.. 

Washington. D. C, AD 2-0887 
ALOSIO. RUDOLPH VAL. 9 Windsor Ave.. 

E. Rutherford, N. J. 
ALTMAN. BRYAN D., 103 N. Frontenae 

Ave., Morgate City. N. J. 
ALVAREZ. LAURA E., 2115 N. W. 37th St., 

Washington 7, D. C, FE 3-6036 
ANDERSON, ANNE A.. 4641 Windom PI.. 

N W.. Washington. D. C. 
ANDERSON. CARLENE J., 3905 212 St.. 

Bavside, N. Y. 
ANGER. CHARLES, 904 Tanley Rd., Silver 

Soring, Md., HF. 4-9440 
ANTON. TASIE. 103 Victor St., N. E.. 

Washington. D. C, RA 6-6909 
AOUINO, GUADALUPE. 1825 R St., N. W.. 

Washington, D. C, NO 7-6963 
APISTOLAS. IAMES, 135 W. 79th St., New 

York. N. Y. 
APOSTOLKAS. IOHN. 7904 14th Ave.. 

Hvattsville, Md.. HE 4-6541 
ARAGONA, IOHN A., 126 Florence St.. 

MamarHneck, N. Y. 
ARMAGHANIAN. LENORE. 100043 7!th 

Ave.. Forest Hills. N. Y. 
ARMSTRONG. RUTH. MJI <4th PL, N. W.. 

Washington. D. C, WO 6-3765 
ARNFSON. ION HAROLD. 2931 Mass. Ave.. 

N. W.. Wa.hin»tnn. D. C. EM 2-9256 
ARNOLD, FRANCIS F... 1H2 Girard St.. 

N. W . Wsslain-ron 9. D. C. 
ARNOLD. MURRAY. 4800 Colesville Rd.. 

University Park. Md.. WA 7-1675 
ARONION GIORIA. 2910 Wallace Ave.. 

N,w York 67, N. Y. 

ARRINOTON. 1ANFT L.. 3900 W. Thorn- 
a-ole St.. Chew Chase, Md.. OL 6-1494 

ARSt ANIAN. ANAIS E , 121 Ncncran Rd . 
T.r-t»w». N V 

ASHBURN. WIILIAM ROBERT. 204 Belle- 
view Blvd.. Alexandria. Va.. SO 5-2598 

ATCHISON, LEWIS F., 1R., 1316 Ritten- 
house St., N. W., Washington 15. D. C. 



BABIGAN, R JUNE RAE, 4804 4Sth St., 
N W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-0909 
BACHMANN, ANN, 704 N. Wayne Arling- 
ton, Va., JA 8-6015 
BAtK, LtoNIECE A., 338 E. 83rd St., 

New York 28, N. Y. 
BAHKAM1-OUR, FIROUZ, 2801 15th St., 

N. W., Washington 9, D. C, NO 7-2313 
BAKJU, ALI K„ 3113 46th St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C„ EM 3-8476 
BALL, MARK ANN, 5112 Connecticut Ave., 

N. W., Washington 8, D. C, EM 2-8136 
BALLMAN, HARRY, 2644 S. Lynn St., 

Arlington 2, Va., OT 4-8891 
BARBER, CAROLYN, 4949 Little Falls Rd., 

Arlington, Va., KE 8-4748 
BARKER, RICHARD McNEAL, 9600 Park- 
wood Dr., Bethesda, Md., OL 7-2773 
BARKSON, EDWARD, 58)2 Craig St., 

Springfield, Va. 
BARNARD, PAUL F., 3818 Davis PL, N. W., 

104, Washington 7, D. C, WO 6-9269 
BARNETT, CLARENCE E., JR., 2S09 Forest 

Glen Rd., Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-5244 
BARNETT, HARRY IRA, 520 N. Benton 

Ave., Helena, Mont. 
BARNETT, JOYCE, 6361 Burchfield Ave., 

Pittsburgh 17, Penna. 
BARNFATHER, BARBARA H., 40 Pin Oak 

Terrace, Hagerstown, Md. 
BARONDESS, CHARLES, 26 Westbrook Rd., 

Westfield, N. J. 
BARRETT, JUNE P., 121 Williams Walk. 

Falls Church, Va., JE 2-8107 
BARRETT, REGINALD C, JR., 118 Con- 
gress St., Charleston, S. C. 
BARTHOLOMEW, CAROLYN A., Clark 

Hall, American U., Washington, D. C. 
BARTLETT, FRED B.. 1322 Mass. Ave., 

N. W., Washington 5, D. C, DI 7-3760 
BARUCH, ELUSKA, Mary Graydon Hall, 

American U., Washington, D. C. 
BASSETT, JAMES E., 916 Northampton Dr., 

Silver Spring, Md., HE 4-1263 
BATALLA, GLAYS M., 1726 M St.. N. W., 

Washington 6, D. C, RE 7-0226 
BATCHELOR, WILLIAM W. 2960 S. Colum- 
bus St., Arlington 6, Va., KI 9-4102 
BAUCKMAN. BRENDA MAE, Box 288, 

Rt. 3, Fairfax, Va., JE 2-2009 
BAUMANN, RAYMOND W., 3 Barton Rd., 

Mountain Lakes, N. J., DE 4-4605 
BAUMGARTNER. MARTHA, 4824 48th St., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-1754 
BAXTER, MILDRED W., 805 2nd St., Alex- 
andria. Va. 
BAY, HOWARD, 240 E. 18th St., Brooklyn 

26, N. Y. 
BEACH, GORDON, 161 Phelps Ave., Gress- 

kill, N. J. 
BEAUCHAMP, BILLY, )4>2 Morrison St., 

Washington, D. C. 
BECK, MICHAEL H., 415 Central Park, West 

New York 25, N. Y. 
BECKER. NATLEE E., 1608 Fist West Hwy.. 

Silver Spring. Md. 
BEDDIE, BEATRICE, 3909 Washington, Ken- 
sington, Md. 
BEEDE. TED G., 4309 Ga 



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AUERBACH. ARTHUR. 721 Oneida PL. 

N. W., Washington. D. C, RA 6-5991 
AUSTENSON. PHILIP B.. 9)18 Worth Ave., 

Silver Spring. Md., JU S-4200 
AUSTIN, ANN MARY, 3)00 16th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. CO 5-9528 
AUSTIN, JESSICA I., 2804 l)th St., N. E. 

Washington. D. C. LA 6-7973 
AVERILL. RICHARD W.. 9001 Burdetti 

Rd., Bethesda. Md.. OL 6-5674 
AVERSA, ANDREA, 7 Grant Ave., Takom: 

Park, Md., JU 9-7364 
AWAD, THEODORE, 8025 Narrows Ave. 

Brooklyn, N. Y 



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BEHRENS. ELSA, 1000 10th St., Apt. C. 

Coronado. Calif. 
BEITZ. WILLIAM EDWARD. 280) Conn. 

Ave., N. W., Washington 8, D. C. 
BELDEN. NANCY JEAN. 70)5 Wvndale St.. 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C. 
BELL. MARY ANN, )42S S. Wakefield St.. 

Arlington 6, Va. 
BELL. MACK W.. 1420 Van Buren St.. 

N. W.. Washington 12. D. C. 
BELL. HERMIDNE H.. 9'4 Maypole Ave.. 

Norfolk. Va. 
BEI.LAK. RICHARD F., 6220 Asquith Cres- 
cent. Lon„' Island. N. Y. 
BENDHEIM. KAY. 6 Greet. *ay lane, Rich- 
mond. Va. 
BFNNETT, BARBARA, 5312 Yorktown Rd.. 

Washington 16, D. C. 
BFNNETT. HARRIETTE. 6713 13th PL. 

N. W.. Washington. D. C. 
BENSON. RALPH, 3300 UnUnd Terrace, 

N. W., Washington 1), D. C. 
BFNTFR, 1UDITH W., 452) Garrison St., 

N. W., Washington 16. D. C. 
BFRGFR. SHEILA. 68 Meadowbrook PL. 

M.nlewood, N. I. 
BFRGMAN. ANN D.. 8)15 LcrTcrts Blvd.. 

Ken Gardens IS. N. Y. 
BFRKMAN, ESTHER, 1)38 Nicnolson St.. 

W-shington. D. C. 
BERLIN. ANN L., 136 Old Post Rd., N. 

Croton on Hudson. New York. N. Y. 
BERLIN. NEAL G , 55 Rose St., Pa'atine, III. 
BERLINER, SYLVIA S.. 1539 Roxanna Rd . 

N. W.. Washington, D. C. 
BERMAN. BARBARA, 809 Clifton Ave.. 

Lakewood. N. I. 
BERMAN. SANFORD. 2448 E. 7'h St 

Brooklyn 35. N. Y. 
BERNA. JOHN ALLEN. 2121 H St.. I*. W., 

Washington 7. D. C. 
BERNARD. ESTRADA, 51 Randall St.. 

Moniovia. Liberia 
BERNIER. JOHN M.. 4311 Thornapple St.. 
( hew Chase 13, Md. 



BERNSTEIN, FRANCINE, 151 Cedar Ave., 

Scranton, Pa. 
BERNSTEIN, STUART A., 2425 Tracy PL, 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
BETT1US, MARC, 6008 N. 19th St., Arling- 
ton 5, Va. 
BEYENE, BENJAMIN, Beyene Rd., Haddis 

Albcba, Ethiopia 
BICKNELL, JOHN, 116 Madison Ave., Madi- 
son, N. J. 
BILLOWS, MARILYN, Portland, Ore. 
BILSTEIN, ROGER E., Hyannis, Neb. 
BINDEWALD. KATHERINE C, 4201 Mass. 

Ave., N. W., Washington 16, D. C. 
BIRKES, DARRELL RAY, 1509 Sewell Ave., 

Falls Church, Va. 
BIRO, ENDRE G., no permanent address 

BISHOP, JOHN B., JR., 62 Tuxedo Rd., 

Montclair, N. J. 
BISHOP, JOHN C, 4000 Mass. Ave., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
BLACKBURN, JOSEPH. 8 N. Tyson St., 

Floral Park, Long Island. N. Y. 
BLACKISTON, LESTER N., 2136 Pa. Ave., 

N. W., Washington. D. C. 
BLAINE, ALFRED, 119 S. Hampden Ct., 

Pleasantville, N. J. 
BLAKELY, JANE E., 2105 Prichard Rd., 

Wheaton, Md. 
BLISS, GEORGE M., 2214 Washington Ave., 

Silver Spring, Md. 
BLOCH, JOSEPH L., 196 Beach 140th St., 

Belle Harbor 94. N. Y. 
BLOOM, DIANNE, 75 Vine Rd., Larchmont, 

N. Y. 
BLOOM, EDWARD R., sill 41st St., N. W.. 

Washington 16, D. C. 
BLUMBERG. GARY D., S749 25th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
BLUMENSTOCK. CORALIANN, 519 East 

Penn. St., Long Beach, N. Y. 
BLUNT. CLEVELAND, U. S. Soldiers Home. 

Washington 25. D. C. 
BOAL, LESLEY, 764 Boal Parkway, Winnetha. 

III. 
BOCKMAN, PETER, 4 Winslow PL, Scars- 
dale, N. Y. 
BODAY, DONALD G., Ill 35th St., S. E., 

Washington 19, D. C. 
BOEHM, CAROL. P. O. Box 126). Hines, III. 
BOGER, MARGARET E.. Ancient Oaks 

Trailer Pk.. Falls Church, Va. 
BOGODONOFF, CHARLES M., 1745 Poplar 

Lane. N. W., Washington 12, D. C. 
BOHLER. WILLIAM, Stevens Creek Rd., 

Martinez. Ga 
BOLANOS, FAP.ULON, AO 3314, Sanjosc 

Costa Rica 
BOI ING. W. GERALD, 725 S. Garnscy. Santa 

Ana. Calif. 
BOND. DAVID N., 1414 So. George Mas, r. 

Dr.. Arlineton 4. Va. 
BONO. 1ANE. 301 Montrose Ave.. Kilamazoo. 

BOOTH. MICHAEL D., Box 41 1). Chevy 

Ch«f Rrl.. Chew Chase IS. Md . 
BOOTH. WILLIAM H.. 2405 Ridge Rd. Dr.. 

Alevandr,a. Va 

BORGSTAnT. MARTHA A.. Box 316. Con- 
cordia. Mo. 

BOOIUND. LI'LIAN E.. 113 Selvage Ave.. 
\V. F„gl,-™d, N. I. 

BO" FY. IOHN. "00 Bellev : ew Ave.. Chev- 
erlv. Md. 

BOTTCHFR. BA.RBARA, 6204 N. 2«th Rd.. 
Arlington 7. Va. 

BOL'V'FR. rOYCF, 56 West Mill Rd.. Pcd- 
nnirktown. N, J. 

BOWN. lOAN. Clarks Landing Rd.. Port 
H— „hlic N I. 

BOWEN, RORFRT. Route 2. Blackshcar, Ga. 

BOWER. RONALD E., 320' Troy Ave.. 
N. W., Ronoake, Va. 

BOWIE, WILLIAM F.. 301 Constitution Ave.. 
Washington 2, D. C. 

BOWLES. IOSEPH L.. 4411 Klingle St.. 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

BOWMAN, BARBARA. 5511 Namakagan Rd.. 
Washington 16. D. C. 

BOXMAN. RONALD, 26 N. Fredericksburg 
Ave., Margate City, N. J. 

BRACEY, DEWEY RAYMOND. 2102 Suit- 
land Terrace. Washington 20. D. C. 

BRADEN, ROBERT, 4618 Saul Rd., Kensing- 
ton, Md. 

BRADLEY. KAY E-. 345 N. Edison St.. 
Arlington 3. Va. 

BRADSHAW. HAROLD, 1242 Eye St., N. E.. 
Washington, D. C. 

BRADSHAW, RUBEN J., Gen. Del., Elgin. 



BRODIE, GARY, 1244 Underwood St., 
N. W., Washington 12, D. C. 

BRODSKY, BARBARA S., 1918 Lakewood St., 
S. E., Bradbury Park, Md. 

BRODT, DORIS ANNA, 3913 N. Chester- 
brook Rd., Arlington 7, Va. 

BROOKS, LAURA ANNE, 614 Linden, 

BROWER, JAMES C, 5910 N. 15th St., 

Arlington, Va. 
BROWN, FLOYD, 2808 Terrace Rd., S. E., 

Washington 20, D. C. 
BROWN, FRED D., 612 W. 9th St., Ogallala, 

Neb. 
BROWN, IRVING W., 2112 Md. Ave., 

N. E., Washington 2, D. C. 
BROWN, JEANNETTE K„ 1813 Holly St., 

Harnsburg, Pa. 
BROWN, PETER M., 1621 New Hamp. Ave., 

N. W., Washington 9, D. C. 
BROWN. PETERSIDE GALLY, 1532 15th St.. 

N. W.. Washington, D. C. 
BROWN, ROBERT, 3672 Park Place, N. W., 

Washington 10, D. C. 
BROWN. ROBERT F., 8216 Hohe Ave., 



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BRAHM, BARBARA. 4528 Windon 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C. 
BRAKMAN. PETER E., 886 Hillsdale Ave.. 

Hillsdale. N. J. 
BRAN. SAMUEL H., 1401 Whitticr PL, 305, 

Washington, D. C. 
BRATSKE1R. LAWRENCE. 410 15 50 Ave.. 

LIC 4. New York. N. Y. 
BRENNAN. ROBERT B„ 1211 Ingraham St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C. 
BRIGGS. CLINTON S., 2329 Holmes Run 

Dr., Falls Church, Va. 
BRIGHT. ROBERT E.. 116 W. Magnolia 

Ave.. Wildwood. N. J. 



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BROWN. TERESA, Benedict, Md. 

BROWNE, GAREY, Jr., 1725 T St., N. W., 
Washington 9, D. C. 

BRUNDRETT, WILLIAM. Route 3, Hcrndon, 
Va. 

BRYK, OLIVER, 2801 Quebec St., N. W., 
Washington 8, D. C. 

BUCKLEY. JOHN G.. 3414 Prospect Ave., 
N. W., Washington 7, D. C. 

BUGLER, DAVID, 57 Park Ave., Port Wash- 
ington, Long Island. N. Y. 

BUNTING. BETTY. Bishop, Md. 

BURBACH, CHARLES R., 2014 Holly Lane, 
Falls Church, Va. 

BURCH. HAROLD A.. 6832 Wilson Lane. 
Bethesda 14, Md. 

BURCH, MARCIA, 711 Orchard Way, Sil- 
ver Spring. Md. 

BURCH. WM. P.. 497 Fulton Ave.. Hemp- 
stead. N. Y. 

BURMEISTER. KLAUS, 942 Radcliffe Dr.. 
Alexandria, Va. 

BURN, IOHN. 4H2 S3rd Ave., Bladensburg. 



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BURR. GRACE M.. 116 Roosevelt Ave.. 

Hasbrouck Heights, N. Y. 
BUSBY, ROSWELL. 5406 Connecticut Ave.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
BUSSE, ANN, 160 Orchard Rd., Demarest 10. 

N. J. 
BUTLER, ABBEY J., 8806 Ave. B, Brooklyn 

36, N. Y. 
BUTLER. EDWARD, Jr.. Possum Hollow 

Rd . Rose Valley, Moylan, Penna. 
BUTLER. JOHN G.. 3131 Tennyson St.. 

N. W., Washington IS. D. C. 
BUTTS. ROGER CRAWFORD. 6807 Fairfax 

Rd.. Bethesda. Md. 
BUZALSKI. BRUCE T., 8 Park Dr., Cran 

ford, N. J. 
BYRNE, MARGARET CHURCH. 6609 Hil- 
landale Rd.. Chevy Chase. Md. 
BYRNE. RICHARD. 5010 Belair Rd., Balti- 
more 6, Md. , A 
BYRNES, IEAN, 5513 Glenwood Rd.. Bethesda 

14, Md. 
CABELL, CHARLES. 1310 Bishops Lane. 

Alexandria, Va. 
CABOTAJE, ARSENIA A., 2636 Garfield St.. 

N W , Washington 8, D. C, CO 5-1182 
CABOTAJE. FELISBERTO V.. 26)6 Garfield 

St., N. W., Washington 8, D. C. CO 

5-1182 
^ADEAUX. EDWARD H.. 3512 Beacon Lane. 

Falls Church. Va., JE 3-3 341 
CAGLE, CAROLYN F (no address given) 
CALLAGHAN. ANTHONY J.. 4616 Windom 

PL, N. W.. Washington D. C, WO 

t-4329 
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CALLOWAY. BENIAMIN F-. 2417 Hoyt St.. 

Muskegon Heights, M.ch. 
CAMERON, ARTHUR EGERTON. 202 Tecu- 

mseh Dr., Washington 21, D. C, LO 

7-4068 , „, 

CAMPBELL, JAMES T., 6665 32nd PL. 

N W . Washington IS. D. C, EM 3-0S77 
CANNATA. ALBERT M., 4919 Del Ray 

Ave Bethesda. Md.. OL 4-7134 
CARLISLE, PRESTON C, 1 Hunters Lane. 

Elmsford. N. Y. 
CARMAN. JOHN FRANCIS. 1313 N. Stuart 

St.. Arlington I, Va., JA 5-3976 
CARNEY, KENNETH, 2230 Randolph St.. 

N E. Washington 18, D. C. LA 9-2611 
CARPENTER. |AY C. 604 S. Oak St., Falls 

Church, Va., IE 2-1331 
CARPENTER, ROBERT K., 6207 Kirby Rd., 

Bethesda 14, Md., OL 4-721) 
CARRAU, ZAIDA. 1812 G Street, N. W., 

Washington 6, D. C, RE 7-1812 
CARRIGER, IOHN. 100 W. Brow Oval. 

Lookout Mountain. Tenn. 
CARROLL. IAMES R., 134) Kennedy St.. 

N W Washington 1 1 , D. C. TA 9-5807 
CARTER. MICHAEL BOAKE. 1605 S. 28th 

St.. Arlington 6. Va.. OT 4-791) 
CARTY. EDWARD. 2)2 W. Chestnut Ave.. 

Wildwood. N. I. 
CASASNOVAS. CARMEN N.. 1812 G St., 
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CASEY, DONALD JOSEPH, 1437 Somerset 
PI., N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 

3-2794 
CASS1DY, HUGH T., 1840 Biltmore St., 

N W., Washington 9, D. C, DE 2-2660 
CAVANAGH, JUDITH, 3601 Fordham Rd., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C., EM 2-7511 
CELLER,' ELEANOR. M., 8216 Larry PI., 

Chevy Chase IS, Md., JU 8-1074 
CERNY, MILTON, 2709 Adams St., Arling- 
ton, Va., OT 4-3617 
CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM W., 1730 Jas- 
mine St., Denver, Colo. 
CHAPMAN, CECILE, 22 Rhode Island Ave., 

N. E., Washington, D. C, NO 7-9291 
CHASE, GERALDINE R., 320 S. Lakewood 

Ave., Baltimore 24, Md. 
CHASMAN, MICHAEL A., 341 Sanford Ave., 

Hillside. N. J. 
CHEIGH, FRANCIS, 2701 14th St., N. W., 

Washington 9, D. C, CO 3-8033 
CHEW, FREDERICK D., Jr., 901 N. Pollard 

St., Arlington, Va., JA 3-1393 
CHILDS, WINSTON, 306 Longfellow St.. 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, TU 2-6848 
CHITTENDEN, THOMAS, Great Falls Rd„ 

Rockville, Md., PO 2-4483 
CLAMPITT, RICHARD, 3230 Chestnut St., 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C, EM 3-2727 
CLARK, ELWIN BEED, JR., Rt. i, Hager- 

town. Md. 
CLARK, JEAN E., 1308 R St., N. W., Wash- 
ington 9, D. C. 
CLARKE, ALLEN M., Route No. 1, Oakton, 

Va., DU 3-7669 
CLAYBORNE, JOHN D., 728 N. Cleveland 

St., Arlington, Va., JA 2-1303 
CLEARY, WILLIAM, JR., 4360 MacArthur 

Blvd., Washington 7, D. C, FE 3-2842 
CLEMENTS, EDWARD, 10628 S. Dunmoor 

Dr., Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-2692 
CLEMENTS, GERALD G., 6046 21st St.. N., 

Arlington 3, Va., KE 6-8731 
COFER, ANITA Y., 1806 C St., N. E.. 

Washington 2, D. C. LI 4-8303 
COHEN. CONRAD, 370 Fort Wash. Ave., 

New York 33, N. Y. 
COHEN, FRANK, 1813 35th St.. N. W., 

Washington D. C, AD 2-9073 
COHEN, JUDITH M., 4201 Mass. Ave., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-1291 
COHEN, LINDA STEPHANIE, 7323 16th 

St., N. W., Washington 12, D. C, RA 

COHEN. MARIORIE E., 1300 Mass. Ave., 
N. W., Washineton i. D. C. HO 2-120? 

COHEN. MARLENE, 1104 Harding Rd., 
Elizabeth. N. I 

COHEN, STANLEY E„ 582 Arlington Vil- 
lage, Arlington, Va., [A 4-2757 

COINER, GORDON. 4846 Bradley Blvd., 
Chevy Chase 15, Md., OL 4-3837 

COLBURN, JOHN ANDREW, 1324 Ingraham 
St.. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

COLLIER. JAMES RICHARD, 84 Prescort St.. 
Cambridge, Mass. 

COLLINS, PATRICIA ANN, 6822 Wilson 
Lmc. Bethesda 14. Md.. OL 4-0246 

COLLINS. ROBFRT EUGENE, 150 North 
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COMITO. lOEL T.. 8201 Bay Pkwv., B-ook- 
Ivn 14. N. Y. 

COOK, HOWARD. 4684 Roswell Rd., N. W., 
Atl.nti 5. Ga. 

COOK. MARY I„ Route 1, Box 181, Annan- 
dale. Va. 

COOPFR. ROBFRT. 323 Derby Ave., Wood- 
mere. L I.. N. Y. 

CORBFTT. ALIEN P.. 4520 43rd PI.. N. W.. 
W,.h,n-ron 16. F>. C, FM 2-4654 

CORDRFV. IAMFS L.. 629 S. Walter Reed 
Dr.. Arlington. V... 1A 2-8141 

CORnnFY. RICHARD I., 904 W. 23rd St., 
WilminMon, Del. 

COOTI1G»N. UMF C. 3106 S.ratoea Ave.. 



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COSCIA. ANGFLO IAMES. 130 Titus Ave.. 

New York. N. Y. 
COSTA. MINNECI IOYCE, 321 Butterr.it 

St., N. W., Washington 12, D. C, TA 

COTTEN. BENIAMIN W.. 3028 Allan Rd . 

Washington 16. D. C, OL 4-1884 
COURTOT, COLETTE. Cedar Hall, Hamp- 

ton, Va. 
COURY. 10AN ANNE, 1414 Upshur St , 

N. W., Washineton 11, D. C. 
COVELL. CHARLES L.. 836 Rose Lane. 

Falls Church. Va., CL 6-2786 
COX. WILLIAM. 129 N. Columbus St., 

Arlington 3, Va.. JA 8-6882 
CRAIN, RICHARD, 1123 N. Frederick St., 

Arlington, Va.. JA 7-3374 
CRANE, DAMIAN, 3945 Conn. Ave., N. W. 

Washington, D. C, WO 6-0334 
CRAWFORD, NEDSON M., 474 N. Potomac 

St.. Hagersrown, Md. 
CRICKMAN, MARY SUSAN, 4013 47th St., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-3594 
CRISP, CAROL, 3)33 Ala. Ave., S. E., 

Washington 20, D. C, LU 2-1766 
CRONMILLER, LANCE G„ 207 Bridgeboro 

Rd.. Moorestown, N. J. 
CROSBY. DOROTHY, 2154 N. Stafford St.. 

Arlington 7, V... 



CROSS, ROBERT J., 7620 Maple Ave., Ta- 

koma Park, Md., JU 5-8594 
CROUCH, MILLARD V., 3611 Quesada St., 

N. W., Washington 15, D. C, EM 3-7627 
CROWN, RONALD F., 6802 C St., Seat 

Pleasant, Md. 
CRYSTAL, TILDEN IVAN, 6114 14th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 6-03J6 
CUELLAR, MAURICE, 3309 Hilltop PL, 

Falls Church, Va., JE 3-3806 
CUKIER, SOFIA, Apartado 21, San Salvador, 

El Salvador, C. A. 
CUMMING, MARY LEE, 1511 N. Jackson 

St., Arlington 1, Va. 
CURTIS, GEORGE T., Box 24A, Rt. 1. 

Brandywine, Md., FA 2-4851 
CUSICK, NANCY T., 2015 Hillyer PL, 

N. W., Washington, D. C, AD 4-1223 
CUTLER, FRANCES, 1355 Peabody St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-4568 
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DAMEWOOD, SANDRA J., 6040 N. 23rd 

St.. Arlington, Va., KE 6-7273 
DAKEMAN, JAMES, 401 E. Howell Ave., 

Alexandria, Va., TE 6-3547 
DALL. RONALD A., 1601 21st St., N. W., 

Washington 9, D. C. HO 2-7)00 
D'ANDREA, LESTER R., 5510 1st St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-4834 
DANIELSON, ARNOLD G.. 65 Meadowbrook 

Ave., West Springfield, Mass., RE 7-70)7 
DARR, JAMES, 4)10 S. 12th Rd., Arlington. 

Va., JA 3-389) 
DAULAY, ZAHARA, 1504 21st St., N. W., 

Washington 6, D. C, DE 2-9006 
DAVIS, ARTHUR HARRISON, 521 N. Ox- 
ford St., Arlington, Va., JA 7-)813 
DAVIS, BETTE, 207 E. Main St., Mays 

Landing, N. J.. 57131 
DAVIS, DAVID, 12603 Atherton Dr., Silver 

Spring, Md., WH 6-4065 
DAVIS. GEORGE C. 3320 Brothers PI.. 

S. E., Washington 20, D. C, JO 2-7143 
DAVIS, JANICE E., Box 301, R.F.D. 3, 

McLean, Va., EL 6-3021 
DAVIS, MARGUERITE B., 5819 Grcenlawn 

Dr.. Bethesda 14. Md., OL 2-2035 
DAVIS, NORMAN M., 4915 Chevy Chase 

Blvd., Chevy Chase IS, Md. 
DAVIS, SPENCER W.. 1)01 Longfellow St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-5497 
DAY, CHARLES F., Springs R. Warrenton. 

Va. 
DAY, JOHN A., 20 Washington Ave., 

Morristown, N. I. 
DEAC, NORMAN J., 3000 )9th St., N. W., 

Washington 16, D. C. EM )-4)28 
DEANS, LORNA, Kennedy Lane, Cold Spg 

Harb., L. I.. N. Y„ Myrtle 2-6642 
DEBURR, STEPHEN L., 1821 N. 21st St.. 

Arlington 9, Va., JA 7-)9)6 
DEIBERT, AUSTIN, 1907 East-West High- 
way, )04, Silver Springs, Md., JU 8-9281 
DF.ITZ, BEVERLY ELAINE. 7011 Forest Hill 

Dr., Hyattsville, Md., AP 7-7100 
DELA TORRE, JACK, 141) Key Blvd., 

Arlington, Va., JA 7-8373 
DELASHMUTT, NANCY, 3424 N. Venice 

St., Arlington 7. Va., KE 8-4345 
DELIZ, MARTA A., Box 591, Isabela, 

Puerto Rico 
DELL, WALTON W.. JR., 415 Charlotte 

Dr., Pittsburgh )6, Penna. 
DEMPSEY, ROBERT JAMES, 1219 N. Abing- 
don St., Arlington 7, Va., IA 8-1061 
DENNIBERG, ELLIOT P., 8001 14th St.. 
N. W., Washington 12. D. C RA 6-8191 
DENNISTON. OLIVIA E., Winchester Rd.. 

Annapolis, Md. 
DEPUTY, CAROLYN S., 2)21 N. Jackson 

St., Arlington ), Va., JA 8-1675 
Deressa, Tsedale U., P. O. Box 1114, Addis 

Akaker, Ethiopia 
DESJARLAIS, HENRY, 1618 P St., N. W., 

Washington 6, D. C, HO 2-8998 
DESMOND, MICHAEL W.. 9624 Bejhill Dr.. 

Kensington, Md., OL 7-2788 
DESTA, KEBEDE, Addis Ababa, Ethopia 
DeSTACY, PATRICIA ANNE, 1112 Avenue 

J, Brooklyn 50. N. Y. 
DEVANEY, ROBERT, 3622 Davenport St., 

N. W., Washineton, D. C. WO 6-7359 
DEVINE, IUDITH A., 45 Troy Drive, Short 

Hills, N. I. 
DIAMANTIDES, I.F.ONIDAS. 14 Abdelaziz El 

Gawesh. Cairo. Egypt 
DIAMOND. GEORGE N., 3020 McKinlev St.. 

N. W., Washington IS. D. C, EM 2-3333 
DIAZ, ANA A., Box 215, Bayamon, Puerto 

Rico 
DIAZ, ELBA H., Box 3)5, Morovis, Puerto 

Rico 
D1ESTE. MARION, 405 Thayer Ave., Silver 

S-rine. Md.. 1U 5-3444 
D1GGS. BARRARA A.. 4717 Great Oak Road. 

Rnrkville. Mrl„ WH 6-8678 
D1GMAN. PAGF TOSFPH. 7220 Spruce Ave.. 

T.knm, T>,rk. Md.. 1U 5-8398 
DI^KLF. RUTH. Severn Crossroads. Millers- 
„;ll„. Md.. S«r.th «hnr- 5211 

DnnnFN. TERRY w. isru 44th St.. N. W.. 

W-.hlnoroi 7 TY C. FF t-91'9 
DODAMEAD, THOMAS EM1LE. 2404 Cols- 
ton Dr., )), Silver Spring, Md., IU 9-2861 
DODSON, CONSTANCE, )210 Wisconsin 
Ave., 611, Washington 16, D. C, EM 
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DOLKOS, PAUL, 1026 N. Chambliss St., 

Alexandria, Va., FL 4-5281 
DU.-.., .vicnnlvD £., 2082 Liberty St., Tren- 
ton 9, N. J. 
DONAHUE, JOHN EDWARD, 9201 Long 

Branch Pkwy., S.lver Spring, Md., JU 

5-4457 
DONNELLY, URBAN M., 700 Gist Ave., 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 3-9584 
DONOVAN, JEREMIAH E., 2700 S. 16th St.. 

647, Arlington, Va., JA 3-2150 
DORF, MAR 1 HA ROSE, 3303 Georgia Aye., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-0049 
DORSEY, ANNE, Hockley on the Hill, An- 



Md. 



Hacken- 



DOW'NIN, BETTY, 94 Susi 

sack, N. J. 
DRLSSLAR, FREDERICK T., Arlington Tow- 
ers, Arlington, Va., JA 4-4991 
DROUAULT, HENRY ADRIAN, 7424 Car- 
roll Ave., Wash,n-:on 12, D. C, JU 3-4576 
DRUCKEP., LLOYD, 1405 Downing St., 

N. E., Washington IS, D. C, DU 7-7646 
DRUMMOND, ROY, 3004 Lee Highway, Ar- 
lington ., Va., JA 8-1284 
DUBOCQ, FRANCIS M., 1)20 21st St., 

N. W„ Washington 6, D. C, NO 7-6196 
DUKE, DAVID, 807 Crescent Dr., Alex- 
andria, Va., TE 6-3097 
DUNCAN, ROBERT, Tennyson Drive, Mc- 
Lean, Va., EL 6-3787 
DUNKIN, ALICE, 2204 )2nd Place, S. E., 

Washington 20, D. C, LU 2-))71 
DUNN, PATRICIA A., )701 Quincy St., 

Brentwood, Md., WA 7-11)2 
DUPEE, WALTER S-., 6612 Hillandale Rd.. 

Bethesda, Md.. OL Z-iUl 
DUPREY, JEN iLLE, )217 Conn. Ave., 

N. W., Washington 8, D. C, WO 6-)997 
DUPLESSIS, BARBARA, 3 101 Mass. Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, AD 2-1814 
DUPONT, JACQUELINE, 2702 Wisconsin 
Ave., N. w\, Washington 7, D. C, EM 
.3-0194 
DURLING, WALTER, )800 Porter St., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C. 
DUSTERHOFF, THEODORE A., 4117 Fes- 
senden St., N. W., Washington 16, D. C. 
EM .3-1498 
DUVALL. JOF*' EDWARD, Box 43, Paw 

Paw, W. Va. 
DUVALL, JOSEPH L., 2968 S. Columbus St., 

Arlington 6, Va., OV )-1265 
DYE, DOUGLAS, 514 Philadelphia Ave.. 

Takoma Park 12, Md.. JU 8-4592 
EASTERSON, JEFFREY , 2900 McKinley St., 

N. W„ Washington, D. C, EM 3-1906 
EASTON, JUDITH W., USATTC Yokohama. 

APO 53, San Francisco, Calif. 
EATON, HARMON, 6003 McKinley St.. 

Bethesda, Md.. OL 4-3129 
EDDY, CARROLL B., ))42-B S. Wakefield 

St., Arlington Va., KI 9-6056 
EDELMAN, ASHER B., 25 Genessee Blvd., 

Atlantic Beach. N. Y. 
EDELMAN, ELIZABETH, 160 E. 89th St.. 

New York, N. Y. 
EDEN, JOANNA ELiZ., 4726 Brandywine 
St., N. W., W.-.shington, D. C, WO 6-5))) 
EDWARDS, NANCI LEE, 5301 Dorset Ave.. 

Chevy Chase Md., OL 4-6978 
EDWARDS, PAUL DWIGHT, 5213 Fillmore 

Ave.. Alexandria. Va., JE 4-2734 
EDWARDS, PAUL E.. 1190 Pacific Highway, 

Woodburn, Ore. 
EDY. JOHN NORTH. 1209 S. Thomas, Ar- 
lington, Va., JA S-04S2 
EFRON, FRANCINE, 322 Sheridan St.. 

N. W., Washington. D. C. RA 6-90)5 
EGGENSCHILLER. ROBERT, 29 First Ase.. 

Hiwthorne, N. J. 
EHLE. CHARLES E.. 2100 Marian Court. 

Falls Church, Va., IE 4-7372 
EL KHALIL, ALI Y., Tyre, Lebanon 
ELKINS, PAUL. 14 Belmont St.. White 

Plains, N. Y. 
ELLIS. DAVID. 1914 Rosemary Hills Dr.. 

Silver Siring. Md., JU 8-3470 
EIOUARD. ALINE, 16)3 16th St.. N. W.. 

Washingto. 6, D. C. NO 7-9669 
FI.WARD, FRANCIS I-, 6102 Kirbv Rd . 

Berhcsda. Md.. OL 2-0721 
ELY, DAVIS A.. 3601 32nd St.. N W\. 

Washineton, D. C, EM 3-0779 
ENGELHARDT, MICHAEL. 824 Fiske St.. 

Woodmere. N. Y. 
ENGLAND, WILLIAM W.. R. F. D. 3. Box 

137, McLean, Va., EL 6-2204 
ENGLE, ALICE L., )S9 Leverington Ave.. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
ENGLISH. WILLIAM L.. Radiance Dr., 

Cambridge. Md. 
ENRIGHT. MERRILL L.. 8)04 Eastridge 
Ave.. Takoma Park, Washington. D. C. 
IU 5-4684 
ERBA, IRIS M., 1 Lamela St., Isabela. Puerto 

Rico 
F.RICKSON. PATRICIA, 1015 S. Quebec St.. 

Arlington. Va., IA 2-1905 
ERICKSON. SHELDON G.. tsio Huntington 

Pkwy., Bethesda, Md., OL 6-2026 
ESAKI. SACHIE, Mary Graydon Hall. Ameri- 
can University 
ESPEY, HARRY C. 49)3 Western Ave.. 
N. W., Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-493', 
ESPINOSA, CESAR E.. Checa 345, Quito. 



ESTRIN, WILMA J., 7901 14th St., X. W., 

Washington, D. C, RA 3-4050 
EVANS, GERALD HERBERT, 1307 E. Chan- 
dler Ave., Evansville, Ind. 
EVANS, JANET L., 2040 N. Vermont St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 3-1418 
EVANS, RICHARD, 3013 Clinton St., N. E., 

Washington, D. C, LA 9-1597 
FAIRBAIRN, JAMES, 5005 Ventnor Ave., 

Ventnor, N. J. 
FANAROFF, MILTON D., 107 Carroll St., 

S. E., Washington 3, D. C, LI 4-2134 
FARGO, YOUS1F AZIZ, 7408 Flower Avenue, 

Takoma Park 12, Md., JU 9-6006 
FARIS, ABDOL HOSSEIN, Teheran, Iran 
FARRIS, DAVID BICKNELL, 4351 Fessenden 
St., N. W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 
2-3609 
FAROUK, REEMA T., 2400 16th St., Jordan 

Em., Washington, D. C, RA 6-8313 
FASBENDER, ANNE DORIS, Little Neck 

Rd., Centerport, L. I., N. Y. 
FASBENDER, CAROL D., Box 197, Center- 
port, L. 1., N. Y. 
FASOLT, GAIL PATRICIA, 5 53 Acorn St., 

Philadelphia 28, Pa. 
FAYYAD, MOHAMMAD F., 70S 18th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EX 3-4700 
FEELEY, HAROLD F., 3709 Calvert PL, 

Kensington, Md., LO 3-1296 
FEISSNER, KARL G., 12) Crittenden St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-2997 
FELDMAN. RUTH, 10 N. Osborne Ave., 

Margate City, N. J. 
FERKO. NORMAN R., 101 E. Southampton 

Dr., Silver Spring, Md.. HE 4-0090 
FERRARO. ALAN, 7908 Flower Ave., Ta- 
koma Park, Md., JU 9-1784 
FERRY, RICHARD RANDALL, ))05) 21) 

St., Bayside 61, N. Y. 
FERSHTMAN. CAROL, 280 Beechspring Rd., 

S. Orange, N. J. 
FEYS, BARBARA A., 2717 29th St., S. E., 

Washington 20, D. C. LU 4-5971 
FINEMAN, JONAS MICHAEL, 6)0) Broad 

Branch Rd., Chevy Chase, Md. 
FINFER, PAUL, 2)5 Beach 1)5 St., Rock- 
away Beach 94, N. Y. 
FINK, BARBARA LEE, 824 N. Abingdon 

St.. Arlington ), Va., JA 2-49)1 
FINK, MARIANELL B., 2109 N. Scott St., 

54, Arlington 9, Va„ JA 7-3356 
FINKS, IOHAN, Marshall, Va. 
FINN, DORIS E., 2)46 Skyland PL. S. E.. 

Washington, D. C, LU 1-8717 
FINNEY, CLAUDIA, 1030 Evans St., N. E.. 

Washington 18, D. C. LO 6-5741 
FISH, DIANNE M., 2926 Porrer St., N. W.. 

Washington 8. D. C, WO 6-2499 
FISHER, GENEVIEVE, Pines Bridge Rd., Os- 

sining. N. Y. 

FISHER. THOMAS GEORGE, 3118 16th St.. 

N. W., Washington 10, D. C, HO 2-0495 

FISHMAN, JANET, 2614 Northampton St.. 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C, EM 3-9264 

FITZGERALD, GARRETT, )64) Jenifer St.. 

N. W., Washington IS. D. C, WO 6-4217 

FITZGERALD, JAMES E., )64) Jenifer St., 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C, WO 6-4217 

FITZGERALD, THOMAS J.. 3917 Harrison 

St., Washington IS, D. C. EM 3-1257 
FITZGERALD, WILLIAM III, 5023 Klingle 
St.. N. W., Washington 16, D. C. EM 
2-3606 
FITZGIBBONS. JERRY L.. 615 Park Blvd.. 

Glen Ellyn, III. 
FIUR. HENRY. 38 Tuckahoe Ave.. Tuckahoe 

7. N. Y. 
FLAHERTY, JAMES L.. Admirals Way, 

Rockville. Md., GA 4-79)5 
FLANCAS, JOHN A., 19)6 Naylor Rd., 

5. E., Washington, D. C, LU 2-5865 
FLANNERY. MARY G.. 4717 16th Rd., N. 

Arlington 7, Va., JA 2-9420 

FLEISCHER, MANFRED M.. 96)2 Linden 
Blvd., Ozone Pk. 17, N. Y., VI 3-6231 

FLEISHER, JUDITH, 4728 46th St.. N. W.. 
Washington 16. D. C. EM 3 -72 1 S 

FLINT. GEORGE S., )09 N. Park Ave.. War- 
ren. Ohio 

FLORF.S. MIRIAM, 1812 G St.. Washington 

6. D. C. 

FLYNN, ROBERT LEE, 1938 Rosemary Hills 

Dr., Silver Spring. Md., JU 8-1920 
FOLEA, MARTHA I., 3410 Tulane Dr., Apt. 

23, Hyattsville. Md. 
FOLEY, ROBERT J., 5215 Western Ave.. 

N. W.. Washington. D. C, WO 6-5S8I 
FONTAINE. RAYMOND, 2810 S. 9th St.. 

202, Arlington, Va.. JA 7-8680 
FORD, PEYTON, H., )6)4 Austin St., S. E., 

Washington. D. C, LU 2-0413 
FORD, WILLIAM V., Round Hill, Va.. ED 

8-8391 
FOREMAN. JOAN. 6738 Eastern Ave.. 

N. W„ Washington 12, D. C, RA 3-3758 
FOST, KENNETH J.. 264 Holmes St.. Belle- 
ville. N. J. 
FOWLER. TRUTH M., 4617 I6th St.. N., 

Arlington 7. Va., JA 8-I6S4 
FOWLER. VIRGINIA. Burke, Va. 
FOXX, W. KENNETH. 220 Crescent Rd.. 

Ocean City. N. I. 
FRANCE, MORLEY, Box 5 51, Montesano, 

Wash. 
FRANCIS, ARVID, 4831 Willett Pkwy.. 

Chew Chase. Md., OL 4-3767 
FRANKLIN, SHIRLEY. 2264 13th St.. N. E . 

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FREDERICK, RICHARD £., 7210 Rolling- 
wood Dr., Chevy Chase, Md., OL 2-02S3 
FRJtUMANN, KAREN A., Mary Graydon 

Hall, American U„ Washington 16, D. C. 
FULG1NITI, SALVATOKE, 1U3 W. Rio 

Grande Ave., Wildwood, N. J. 
FUKMAN, S. RONALD, 7308 Alaska, N. E., 

Washington 12, D. C, RA 6-6677 
rUKZtR, DELLA S., 103 Southbrook Lane, 

Bethesda 14, Md., OL -t-6143 
GABER, M. HOSNY MOHAMED, 2551 Mass 

Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C, DE 

2-3451 
GALLAGHER, CAROL M„ R. D. 1, Box 

116, Hopwood, Pa. 
GALLAGHY, EDWARD J., 2115 F St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, DI 7-7431 
GANTZ, HERBERT ROY, 716 Peabody St., 

N * .. Washington, D. C, TU 2-4887 
GARABEDIAN, LEVON H., 1309 Juniper 

St., N. W., Washington, D. C, TU 2-7528 
GARCED, MARIA A., Box 654, Roosevelt, 

Puerto Rico 
GARCIA, GULLERMO, 262 Central Park 

W., 86th St., New York, N. Y. 
GARFINKEL, STEPHEN, 7128 Fairfax Rd., 

Bethesda, Md., OI 6-8748 
GAR! LAND, LARRY M., 4616 Ellicott St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, WO 6-0634 
GATTI, LEONARD M., 1715 Lansdowne 

Way, Silver Spring, Md.. JU 5-7091 
GAY, RICHARD, 1209 Fern St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, RA 3- 7064 
GEBRAT, EZRA, 1711 18th St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, DU 7-9595 
GELFAND, MARTIN H., 9 Irving Ave., 

Newark, N. J. 
GEORGE, NANCY, 4830 Old Dominion Dr., 

Arlington, Va.. KE 8-6302 
GERARD, RICHARD, 816 Lake Ave., Wood- 
bury Heights, N. J. 
GERAUS, JAMES BRESLIN, 1809 20th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, NO 7-6825 
GEVINSON, MAXINE, 12 Underwood St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-7264 
GIFFORD, ELLYN, 622 Laura Dr., Falls 

Church, Va., JE 2-5328 
GILBERT, ARLENE, 11 Beaumont Terr., 

West Orange, N. J. 
GILL, GLORIA M., 1631 Varnum PI., N. E., 

Washington. D. C, LA 6-0971 
GILL, VERNA L.. 831 W. State St., Tren- 
ton, N. J. 
GILLESPIE, KATY, Tazewell, Va. 
GINGELL, ROBERT, 9707 Lawson PI., Silver 

Spring, Md., JU 9-1470 
GLAMMEYER, ROY A., 119 Winchester 

Way, Falls Church, Va., JE 2-4152 
GLASER. PHYLLIS. 1604 Metropolitan Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 
GLASSMYER, |OAN ANN, 4739 N. 16th St., 

Arlington, Va. 
GLENN, OSA DANIELSON, 3016 Dumbarton 

Ave., N. W.. Washington, D. C, FE 

3-1798 
GLIDDON. IACK, 122 Hickory St., West- 

wood, N. I. 
GLISSON. WALLACE D., 3359 S. Wakefield 

St., Arlington, Va., TE 6-7374 
GLOVER, ADELA, 1612 Varnum St.. N. W., 

Washington, D. C. RA 6-9272 
GOLDEN. RICHARD. 170 Westview Lane. 

Hewlett, Long Island. N. Y. 
GOLDSCHEIN. CHARLES, 1336 Missouri Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-0045 
GOLDSOBEL. DONALD, 118 Bruce Ave.. 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 
GOLDSTEIN. STEPHEN, 34 E. Main St., 

Mays Landing. N. J. 
GOLDSTEIN. SUE B.. 2717 Chesapeake St., 

N. W„ Washington. D. C. EM 3-2210 
GONGLOFF. ROBERT, 126 Main Ave.. 

Ocean Grove. N. I. 
GOODIER. JOAN ETHEL R.. 3400 Morrison 

St., N. W., Washington. D. C. WO 6-2641 
GOODMAN, BAYLA, 2039 Rosemont Ave., 

N. W., Washington. D. C, CO i-9957 
GOODWIN. EMILY C, 602 Fontaine St.. 

Alex.ndria. Va.. TE 6-2411 
GOODYEAR. MAXINE F., 1524 Missouri Ave., 

N. W.. Washington. D. C RA 3-209! 
GORDON. MARTIN. 5 180 Eastern Ave . 

N. E.. Washineton. D. C. 
GORDON, THOMAS, 300 Central Park West. 

New York. N. Y. 
GORDON. WILLIE. Springfield. Va . 

CL 6-0489 
GOTTESMAN, CAROL, 391 Eastwood Rd.. 

Woodmerc. N. Y. 
GOULD. STFPHEN. 19 Toilsome Lane. East 

Hampton, N. Y. 
GRAHAM. BRUCE. 44! Southampton Dr.. 

Silver Spring. Md.. JU 9-8704 
GRAHAM. JUDITH H.. 736 N. New St. 

West Chester. Pa. 
GRANTHAM. JOHN. 2811 Becchwood Circle, 

Arlington, Va., JA 2-0221 
GRAY, THOMAS I., 110! Farr St.. Scranton, 

Pa. 
GRAY, THOMAS R.. 2824 28th St., N. W., 

Washington, D C, CO 1-2919 

GRAY. WILLIS E.. 126 Webster St.. N. W . 

Washington. D. C. TU 2-7459 
GREDONE. MARY. 219 E. Spencer Ave.. 

Wildwood. N. J. 
GREEN, EUGENE A.. Route 6, Box 125, 

Alexandria. Va., KI 9-0733 



GREEN, ROBERT L., 



GREENBERG, MORTON, 222 Rittenhouse 

St., N. E., Washington, D. C, TA 9-2423 
GREENHUT, PHILIP H., 104 Mildred Pkwy., 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 
GREENSTEIN, DEANNA, 1104 Jefferson St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 3-9133 
GREY, DAVID, 251! K St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C, FE 5-7986 
GRIFFIN, ANN P., 3819 Dav ls PI., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, WO 6-8881 
GRIGSBY, THOMAS, 1616 N. Buchanan St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 8-9119 
GRITZ, Leonard, 7217 7th St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, TU 2-6314 
GROFSICK, PATRICIA, 300 Lakeside Dr., 

Ramsey, N. J. 
GROSS, KENNETH, 164 Lewis St., Perth 

Amboy, N. J. 
GRUBE, CHARLES S., 2129 W. Ridge Dr., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
GUERNEY, LILLIAN M., 1712 21st Rd., 

N. Arlington, Va., JA 4-2082 
GUTHER, GEORGE, !84! Doris Dr., Alexan- 
dria, Va., CL 6-4740 
GUTRIDE, ROSALIE, 4230 Brandywine St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, WO 6-4994 
GUZMAN, DIVINA, 1! Victoria St., Box 

576, San German, Puerto Rico 
HAAS, CHARLES E., 174 Oak St., Bradley 

Gds., Somerville, N. J. 
HAHMAN, WILLIAM RICHARD, 116 Hes- 

keth St., Chevy Chase IS, Md., OL 4-6424 
HALL, DAVID, 4118 Emery PI., N. W„ 

Washington 16. D. C, WO 6-4734 
HALL, EDWARD, 117 E. 6th St., N. Wild- 
wood, N. I. 
HALLETT, SUE, 236 Crescent St., Rockland, 

Mass. 
HALSTED, LAWRENCE, 100 Hillside Ave., 

Tenally, N. J. 
HAMASIAN, REUBEN, 3301 Brown St., 

N. W., Washington 10, D. C, DU 7-0325 
HAMILTON, GEORGE H. IV, 500 Hillwood 

Ave., Falls Church, Va., JA S-S087 
HAMILTON, RAYMOND W., 1216 30th St., 

S. E., Washington 19, D. C, LU 4-1621 
HAMILTON, WAYNE, 286 Cree Dr., Wash- 
ington 21. D. C. 
HAMLIN, BEATRICE B., 3707 Woodley Rd , 

N. W., Washington 16. D. C. 
HANSEN, RICHARD W., JJ 10 Quesada St., 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C, WO 6-2774 
HARDIN. HARVEY M., JR., Qtrs. 2504, 

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. 
HARE, RAY M., !22! Elliott Rd.. Washing- 
ton 16, D. C, OL 4-4022 
HARPER. HENRY H., 4109 18th St., N. W., 

Washington. D. C, RA 6-5318 
HARRE, ELIZABETH, 5213 Roosevelt St., 

Bethesda, Md., OL 4-1181 
HARRINGTON, THOMAS I'M., !70! Rhode 

Island Ave., Falls Church. Va., KE 8-1947 
HARRIS, LINDA, !710 Gloster Rd., Bethesda 

16, Md., OL 6-624! 
HARRIS, MARY. 2! Park Place, Alexandria, 

Va., SO 5-4042 
HARRIS. ROBERT B.. Box 274, Flora, Miss. 
HARRIS. WESLEY K„ 3843 Mass. Ave., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 2-3843 
HARSHMAN. RICHARD. 3028 S. Abingdon 

St.. Bl, Arlington 6, Va., KI 9-!012 
HASENOEHRL, ELIZABETH S., 3407 Quebec 

St.. N. W.. Washington 16, D. C, 

EM 2-5080 
HASLET, CHARLES C, 4610 3rd St., N. 

Arlington 3, Va., JA 8-3579 
HATCH, JOAN, 2427 N. Rockingham St.. 

Arlington, Va., IE 4-0849 
HATCH. RUTH D.. Millstone Farm, Burke. 



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HAWK. ROBERT [. M., »ls Sterling St.. 

Plainfield. N. J. 
HAWKEN. ASHLEY L.. 7427 Baltimore Ave.. 

Takoma Park. Md., JU 7-7241 
HAWKINS, LARRY K., 1535 Parkview Ave.. 

Falls Church, Va. 
HAYNES, ANNE. 1012 McKinley St.. N. W., 

Washington 1!. D. C, EM 3-2863 
HEALY. SANDRA, 106 Eppard Circle. Falls 

Church, Va., JE 4-754! 
HECOX, ION, !010 Forest Haven Dr.. 

Alexandria. Va.. SO 8-4792 
HEITMAN. HENRY N.. 928 Kearns Ave.. 

W'in<ton-Salem. N. C. 
HEITMULLER. ROBERT R.. 361! Jocelyn 

St.. Washineton 1!. D. C. WO 6-9149 
HELIFR. ANTHONY I., 2101 S St.. N. W.. 

Washington. D. C. DE 2-0452 
HELM. ALTON. !!06 Park St.. Chevy Chase 

IS. Md., OL 2-923! 
HFIMFR. PAUL DALE, 14 Merlin St., N. 

T.rrvtnwn. N Y. 

HEITZEL. ROBERT, 4840 Bradley Blvd., 

Chew Chase I!. Md.. OL 2-5164 
HFNCKE. BRENDA. 21! Kimball Ave. 

Yonkrrs, N. Y. 
HFRBAN. MATHEW III. 1400 N. Taylor 

St.. Arlington I. Va.. JA 7-1818 
HFRNANDFZ. CARMEN. 211! !7th St.. 

N. W.. Washineton 7, D. C. FE !-60!6 
HCRSHEY. STEPHEN. 2 Fairwater Ave.. 

M....a-equa. I. I.. N. Y. 
HFRSON. GERALD. 7010 Wyndale St.. 

N. W.. Washington 1!. D. C, WO 6-S929 
HESKETH. WILLIAM E.. W. 745 Arlington 

Towers, Arlington, Va., JA 2-6147 



HEVENER, CARL D., 313S 19th St., N. W., 

Washington 10, D. C, DE 2-1494 
HEYER, CORA VIRGINIA, 202 Stockton 

St., Hightstown, N. J. 
HICKEY, LAWRENCE B., 10202 Fleming 

Ave., Bethesda 14, Md., OL 6-S028 
HICKMAN, BARBARA LEE, iSOO S. 6th St., 

Arlington 4, Va., JA 2-7938 
HIGGINS, MONTGOMERY, 2914 45th St., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-5455 
HILL, WALLACE H., 7980 New Riggs Rd., 

Hyattsville, Md., HE 4-6582 
HILLS, FLOYD, 7119 Carroll Ave., Takoma 

Park, Md., JU S-45S7 
HILLSLEY. THEODORE M., 4613 College 

Ave., College Park, Md., UN 4-5697 
H1MELFARB, MARVIN, 6425 N. Capitol St., 

Washington, D. C, TA 9-1974 
HIMMESBACH, ROBERT, 2416 Cypress Dr., 

Falls Church, Va., JE 2-5057 
HINDER.STEIN, RICHARD, 54021 21st St., 

Astoria, N. Y. 
HINDS, JAMES R., 7509 Monrose St., Alex- 
andria, Va. 
HINER, DONALD M., 10105 McKenney 

Ave., Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-1517 
HINKLE, DARAL W., Wiley Ford, W. Va. 
HINSHAW, DONNA LEE. 204 Forest Drive. 

Falls Church, Va., JE 2-8291 
H1NSVARK, KATHLEEN, 1208 Holly St., 

N. W., Washington 12, D. C, RA 5-3614 
HINTON, ROBERT, 4817 Chevy Chase Dr., 

Chevy Chase, Md., OL 6-5294 
HITCHCOCK, CHARLES, 25 Reeve Rd., 

Rockville Centre, N. Y. 
HOAGLAND, ERNEST PAUL, 5021 4th St., 

N. Arlington 1, Va., JA 8-9S2S 
HOCKMAN, MARILYN, 75 Carwall Ave., 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
HOCKENBURY, EDSON S., 2515 Oakwood 

Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. 
HODGE, STANLEY P., 436 Greenwood Rd., 

Linthicum His., Md. 
HODGES, WILLIAM B., 4809 S. 13th St., 

Arlington 4, Va., JA 8-6412 
HOELZER, ERNEST C, 307 N. George 

Mason Dr., Arlington, Va. 
HOESTEREY, ANNE M., 226 Buckland Ave., 

Rochester 18, N. Y. 
HOFFMAN, NANCY M., 5121 N. 33rd St., 

Arlington 7, Va., KE 6-9686 
HOLLAND, MARY FRANCES, 14 W. Lenox 

St., Chevy Chase IS, Md., OL 4-8179 
HOLLEY, CECILE S., 4605 Warren St., N. W., 

Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-7939 
HOLMES, RICHARD G., 8013 Carroll Ave., 

Takoma Park 12, Md., HE 9-2189 
HORNSBY, JEANNE, Keys Tourist Home, 



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HOUSE, PATRICIA. 3322 Ely PL, S. E. 

Washington 19, D. C, LU 2-6413 
HOVERMALE, ANNA JO. 506 S. Washing 

ton St., Berkeley Springs. W. Va. 
HOWARD, BRUCE ALAN, 5801 Conn. A 

N. W., 129, Washington 8, D. C 

5-9504 
HOWELL, ANN, 336 Cockland Ave., 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
HUBBS. BETTE. 163 S. Grove St., East 

Aurora, N. Y. 
HUDSON, IOHN, 915 Dartmouth Dr.. 

Alexandria. Va., SO 5-7389 
HUESTON, GAYLE, 171! Otis St., N. E., 

Washington 18, D. C, LA 6-4967 
HUGHES. ROBERT WILLIAM, 750 N. Din- 

widdie St., Arlington 3, Va., JA 4-1637 
HULBURT. RICHARD S.. JR.. 3000 Dent 

PL, N. W., Washington 7, D. C. AD 

2-2947 
HUNGERFORD. THOMAS, 627 Melrosa Ave.. 

Kenilworth, III. 
HUTCHISON. LAWRENCE S.. Leesburg. Va. 
HURWITZ. WILLIAM, 404 Beach 144 St.. 

Rockaway Beach. N. Y. 
HYDE. ELIZABETH K., 3 Livermorc Rd.. 

Wellesley Hills 82, Mass. 
HYDE. RICHARD C, 7923 Kingston Rd.. 

Kensington. Md., OL 7-278! 
HYRE. THOMAS M., 4969 Battery Lane, 



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INGOLD, NORMAN, 181! N. Highland St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 8-0107 
INGOLD, PAULA D., 181! N. Highland St.. 

Arlington. Va.. JA 8-0107 
INGRAM. GIERALDINE G., 718 Fairmont 

St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
IRELAN. LOLA MARIE. 1310 Rittenhouse. 

N. W.. Washington. D. C. RA 1-2009 
IRVIN, JOHN. 4401 Ridge St.. Chevy Chase. 

Md.. OL 6-6519 
ISEMINGER, ION P., 142! Lawndalc Ave., 

Havertown. Pa. 
IVANCHUKOV, NARAN. R.D. 1. Box 433. 

Firmingdale, N. [. 
IACKSON. DONALD T., 3808 Legation St.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 2-1298 
JACKSON. RICHARD. 128 Exton Rd.. 

Somers Point. N. J. 
JACOBI. ROBERT, 4716 Bradley Blvd.. 

Chevy Chase. Md., OL 6-5275 
JACOBS, FRED. 31 N. Bradford St.. Arling- 
ton. Va.. JA 2-1679 
JACOBSON. LINDA. 1014 Ave. I, Brooklyn. 

N. Y. 
IAGTIANI. GANGA A.. 3160 Mt. Pleasant 

St., N. W., Washington. D. C, NO 7-3692 



JALET, JACQUELINE H., 243 N. Arlington 

Ave., E. Orange, N. J. 
JAMESON, JUDITH, 45 Clayton St., Roms 

River, N. J. 
JANOS, BARBARA, 1015 Grand Concourse, 

Bronx, N. Y. 
JASEN, DAVID A., 22! E. Penn. St., Long 

Beach, N. Y. 
JASKOL, LEONARD R., 63025 Saunders St., 

Rego Park, N. Y. 
JAUNRUBENIS, IVORS, 1875 Mintwood PL, 

N. W., Washington, D. C, HO 2-1070 
JEFFERSON. BERNARD A., 371 Chaplin St., 

S. E., Washington 19, D. C, LU 1-6174 
JENKINS, CHARLES, 4111 Tennyson Rd., 

Hyattsville, Md., AP 7-1124 
JENKINS, MARY, 9911 Parkwood Dr.. 

Bethesda, Md., WH 2-3634 
JENKINS, ROLAND H., 517 S. Veithch St., 

Arlington, Va., JA !-9113 
JEWELER, J. ALVIN, 7405 14th St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, RA 6-0909 
JOHNSON, BARBARA, i!15 Wakefield Rd., 

Washington, D. C, OL 4-5736 
JOHNSON, DAVID E., 43! Oakwood St., 

S. E., Washington, D. C, JO 2-7199 
JOHNSON, DAVID S., 4749 S6th Ave., 

N., St. Petersburg, Fla. 
JOHNSON, MILLARD F., 370S Plyers Mill 

Rd., Kensington, Md., LO S-0097 
JONES. CHARLES H., 1547 Michigan Ave.. 

N. E., Washington, D. C, LA 6-7280 
JONES, HAROLD, 4718 N. 20th Rd., 

Arlington, Va., JA 5-1096 
JONES. HERBERT P., 60S Madison Ave., 

Scranton, Pa. 
JONES, JOHN BAYLEY, 1615 Decatur St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-7871 
JONES, JOHN H., 11227 East Ave., Ken- 
sington, Md., LO 5-0186 
JONES, STANLEY, 1218 Pinecrest Circle, 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-8522 
JONES, WILLIAM S., 1015 Lamount St.. 

N. W.. Washington, D. C, AD 4-925! 
JORDAN, DOUGLAS L., Rt. 2, Box 204. 

Vienna, Va.. DU !-84!9 
JOY, JAMES H., 2800 Arlington Blvd., 

Arlington, Va., JA 2-1826 
JOYCE, PAUL R., 4!2! Wilson Blvd., 

Arlington, Va., JA 2-7941 
JOYNT, JOSEPH M., 11 Manchester PL. 

Sliver Spring, Md., JU 7-9571 
JULIAN, HARRY W., 4952 Battery Lane, 

Bethesda. Md.. OL 6-!946 
JULIAN, JOSEPH K., 6220 Broad St.. 

Washington, D. C, OL 2-2834 
KAHN, CLAUDE B., 3505! 7!th St., Jackson 

Heights, N. Y. 
KAMINSKY. ANNE. 155 Westwood Circle. 

Roslyn Heights. N. Y. 
KAN, MARLENE, 1905 Hampton Blvd., 

Norfolk, Va. 
KANG, EUN SOOK, 15 Chang Yong Jong, 



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KANTOR, BARRY L., 52 S. Munn Ave., 

E. Orange, N. J., DE 2-6800 
KAPLAN, BARBARA. 7 N. Nassau Ave.. 

Margate City, N. J. 
KAPPLER, BARBARA A., 10109 Hadley PL. 

Kensington. Md., LO 4-0142 
KARSCH, STEPHEN, 584! Sedgwick Ave., 

Bronx, N. Y. 
KARYO, MAURICE, 434 Oxford Rd., Cedar- 
hurst, N. Y. 
KARYO. RICHARD, 434 Oxford Rd., Cedar- 
hurst, N. Y. 
KASAB, ELEANOR, 3216 Patterson St., 

N. W.. Washington, D. C, EM 2-1107 
KASS. HENRY D„ 1368 Ridgeway Ave., 

Richmond, N. Y. 
KASSAYE, TEKLE, 1624 H St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, ST 5-6400 
KATALINAS. JOSEPH ANTON, 3422 O St., 

N. W., Washington. D. C, DE 2-2122 
KATZ. MARVIN H., 36i! Alton PL, N. W., 

Washington, D. C, EM 2-8355 
KATZ. PAUL, 50 Westminster Rd.. Brooklyn. 

N. Y. 
KAUFMANN. RICHARD, 4545 Conn. Ave., 

N. W., Washington. D. C. EM 5-9793 
KEAVENY. JOHN TEUNIS, 4208 49th St.. 

N. W.. Washington, D. C, WO 6-2950 
KEHM, RICHARD D., 1421 N. Jefferson St.. 

Arlington. Va., JA S-8S98 
KELATY, WOLDEZION, 1624 H St., N. W., 

Washington. D. C, NO 7-6963 
KELLAM, WILLIAM T., 5 Brookview Ave.. 



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KELLY. DENNIS, 593 Rivcrsi 

York 31, N. Y. 
KELLY, KEITH ANN, 1536 11th Ave., E. 

Twin Falls, Idaho 
KELLY, SANDRA, 5 Old Salem Rd., West 

Orange, N. J. 
KF.RCHEVAL, JACK W., 2707 S. 8th St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 8-SS2S 
KERMAN, HAROLD GILBERT. 560 W. 

Princess Anne Rd.. Norfolk. Va. 
KERR, THOMAS 1AMES, 4310 N. Pershing 

Dr., Arlington. Va.. JA 8-4660 
KERXTON, STUART, 3307 Conn. Ave.. 

Alexandria. Va., TE 6-1 IS! 
KESSLER, BRUCE R.. 1021 Bradley Blvd., 

Bethesda, Md., OL 4-0241. 
KESSLER. ROBERT. 46 Trcmont PL. Mont- 

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KEYS, RICHARD C, 3401 N St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, AD 2-2848 
KHOSROPANAH, IRAJ, Monirihe Ave., 

Tehran, Iran 
KHUDERY, NAZAR K., Abi Nawas St., 

Baghdad, Iraq 
KIBBE, ORLANDO, 363 Grant Ave., Middle- 
sex, N. J. 
KIDD, MILTON R., 1149 Colonial Ave., 

Alexandria, Va. 
KIEFFER, JOHN, 4848 Chevy Chase Blvd., 

Chevy Chase, Md., OL 6-5341 
KIEFFER, RICHARD, 4848 Chevy Chase 

Blvd., Chevy Chase, Md., OL 6-5431 
KILGORE, DANIEL F., 5800 Highland Dr., 

Chevy Chase. Md., OL 6-3144 
KIM, HELEN K., 83 Ust Drongno, Teagn, 

Korea 
KIM, JOON SHICK, 1910 Sycomore Dr., 

Falls Church, Va. 
KIM, SUN K., 132029 Chungneung Dong, 

Seoul, Korea 
KIM, YOUNG HO, 110110 Amamdong, Seoul. 

Korea 
KIMMINS, ROBERT, 103 Kelley Dr., Wash- 
ington, Pa. 
KING, BENJAMIN, 2812 Ordway St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, EM 2-2812 
KING, ELIZABETH, 990 Prospect St., 

Somerset, Mass. ' 

KING, EMILY, 3926 McKinley St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. EM 3-0932 
KING. WALTER. 3820 N. Chestcrbrook Rd., 

Arlington. Va., KE 8-3853 
KINNA, BETTY, 317 Whittier St., N. W„ 

Washington, D. C, TU 2-4836 
KINNEY, EDWARD R., 1509 N. Herndon 

St., Arlington, Va., JA 4-1820 
K1RSTEIN, GEORGE, 625 S. Walter Reed 

Dr., Arlington. Va., JA 5-3086 
KLEIN. LEO. 3821 Ave., S. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
KLEIN, PHYLLIS, 28 Metropolitan Oval, 

Bronx, N. Y. 
KLINE, JOEL, 1680 Tamarack St., N. W.. 

Washington, D. C, TU 2-5017 
KLOPP, LEE FRANCIS, 5133 Wissioimng Rd., 

Washington, D. C, OL 2-2173 
KLUGMAN. MARGARET E., 235 Ross Rd., 

Richmond, Va. 
KNAPPLE. RICHARD, 24 Montgomery PI., 

New Rochelle. N. Y. 
KNARR. GEORGE R., 7103 New Hampshire 

Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C, HE 

4-1351 
KNAUB, RUTH ELAINE, 4900 Battery Lane. 

Bethesda. Md., OL 6-0840 
KNIGHT, DONALD L., 4532 49th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
KNOTT, EDWARD M., 607 Oglethorpe St.. 

N. W., Washington. D. C, TA 9-4038 
KNOTT, LEONARD, 607 Oglethorpe St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-4038 
KOENIG, FRANK, 307 East Center St.. 

Mahanov City. Pa. 
KOGAN, LAWRENCE, 1108 Ave., Magdalena 

Santurce, Puerto Rico 
KOHLMETZ. BURRELL R., 3207 Lake Ave., 

Rochester, N. Y. 
KOLAITIS, GEORGIA, 21 Fenimore Rd , 

Teaneck. N. J. 
KOONS, GLENN, 1147 Indiana Ave., Cape 

May, N. J. 
KOONTZ, BARBARA A., 4116 18th PL. 

N. E., Washington, D. C, LA 6-3593 
KOREN, DIANE J., 5302 15th Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
KORFIATIS, KATINA D., 8320 Woodhaven 

Blvd., Bethesda. Md., OL 6-7967 
KORGAN, JULIUS, 7057 Carroll Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
KORSCHEN. ROBERT F., 10007 Portland 

PL, Silver Spring, Md., JU 5-0498 
KOSTKA, BLANCHE, Wilber. Neb. 
KRAEMER, WALTER R„ 9616 Lorain Ave.. 

Silver Spring. Md.. JU 9-7150 
KRAFT, ELFRIEDE, 143 Hillside Ave., 

Teaneck, N. J. 
KRAFT, JEWELL W., 79 Darrington St., 

S. W., Washington. D. C, JO 3-5922 
KRAMER, JANET, 3509 Garrison Blvd 

Baltimore, Md. 
KRAMER. PAUL ROSS, 3309 Garrison Blvd.. 

Baltimore. Md. 
KRAUS, KAREN, 2250 N. Columbus St.. 

Arlington, Va.. JA 7-0277 
KRAUSE, DONNA. 10 Signal Hill Blvd., 

East St. Louis. III. 
KRAUSER. SHEILA M., 659 Hawthorne St.. 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 
KRAYER, LENORE. 952 N. Webster Ave.. 

Scranton, Pa. 
KREUTER, JACK M., 1401 Oglethorpe St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 3-7310 
KRUGLAK, VERA R., 33026 74th St., Jack- 

son Heights. N. Y. 
KUNC. LAURA L.. 107 Quaker Lane, Villa- 
nova, Pa. 
KURTZ, THOMAS, 2665 Poinsettia Dr., San 

Diego, Calif. 
KYTE, KAREN, 12053 Claridge Rd., Silver 

Spring, Md., WH 6-6399 
LACHARITE, NORMAN A., Rue St.. Guil- 

laume, St. George, P.Q., Canada 
LADD. RONALD IAMES, Rt. 1. Clifton. Va. 
LAM, DICK GEEN. 2810 Military Rd., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-0716 
LAMB, JANET, 1112 Allengrove St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



LAMBROU. PANAYIOTIS J., 2801 Wiscon- 
sin Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C, 

FE 3-6617 
LAMOURE, LAWRENCE, 4632 Livingston 

Rd., S. E., Washington, D. C, JU 3-5445 
LANDIS, BRUCE, 1702 Willow Grove Ave., 

Philadelphia, Pi. 
LANDSBERG, ELIOT S., 320 E. 57th St., 

New York, N. Y. 
LANE, GEORGE B., 502 Chinning Ave., 

San Antonia, Tex. 
LANDERS, LON, 208 N. Greenbrier St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 8-8779 
LANDON, JOSEPH E., 84 Winthrop Rd., 

Columbus, Ohio 
LANDRY, VIRGINIA, 1207 Ellison St., 

Falls Church, Va. 
LATHAM, JAMES D., 2130 N St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, FE 7-1219 
LAU, ALAN W., 10102 Fleming Ave., 

Bethesda, Md., OL 4-8350 
LAUBENSTEIN, VIRGINIA, 260 Linden St., 

Moorcstown, N. J. 
LAW, FELICE, 3007 Crescent Ave., San 

Bernardino, Calif. 
LAWRENCE, SHERIN KAY, Rural Rt. 2, 

Box 265, Fairfax, Va. 
LAWS, HARRY, Rt. I, Box 26, Manassas, Va. 
LAWSON, HARRY W., 936 Westminister 

St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
LAZAR, EDMUND IVAN, 6024 Broad St., 

Washington, D. C. 
LAZECZKO, IWANNA, 72 E. 1st St., New 

York, N. Y. 
LAZUSKY, WALTER G., 8 Lasalle Ave., 

Newcastle, Del. 
LEARY. ALBERT D.. 438 Belleview Dr.. 

Falls Church, Va., JE 4-0466 
LEAVITT, RICHARD, 48 Carpenter Ave., 

Mansfield, Mass. 
LEBOURHIS, LOUISE. 1869 Newton St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C., NO 7-5767 
LEBRON, MARIA A., 1812 G St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
LEE, WILLIAM A., 901 Lorenz Ave., 

Baldwin, N. Y. 
LEEDY. RICHARD F.. 38 Newton Ave., 

Woodbury, N. J. 
LEHMAN, EDWARD, R.F.D., Box 69 M, 

Vienna, Va., DLI 5-5477 
LEIGH. ROBERT M., 1749 18th St., N. W.. 

Washington, D. C. 
LEMAY, JOHN GALLEY, 3207 Betlou James 



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LEONARD, SALLY 5537 33rd St., N. W.. 

Washington. D. C. 
LERCH, HARRY W., 3609 Taylor St.. Chevy 

Chase. Md., OL 4-5104 
LEROY, RICHARD, 2028 Glen Ross Rd., 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-8799 
LERTORA. STEPHEN, 1410 Good Hope Rd., 

S. E., Washington, D. C, LU 4-0003 
LEVIN. HILDA, 2712 Blaine Dr., Chevy 

Chase, Md., JU 9-1532 
LEVINE, DONALD, 989 Fox St., New York, 

X Y. 
LEVINE, DONALD L., 6948 Groton St.. 

Forest Hills. N. Y. 
LEVINE. ARLENE D.. 2978 Beechwood Blvd.. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
LEVINE. JOYCE H., 55 Sheridan Ave., Mt. 

Vernon, N. Y. 
LEVINE, MORTON, 50 Lenox Rd., Brooklyn. 

N. Y. 
LEVY, ALAN FREDERIC, 8417 Frevman Dr., 

Chevy Chase, Md., JU 7-6164 
LEVY. PHILIP D.. 19 Fort Hill Circle. 

Staten Island. N. Y. 
LEVY. RONALD. 118 N. Frontenac Ave., 

Margate, N. J. 
LEWIS, DAWN, 406 Mercer Ave., Spring 

Lake. N. J. 
LIBBIN, SUSAN A., 5608 Warwick PL, 

Chevy Chase, Md.. OL 2-9024 
LIFSHULTZ. CAVID, 928 Madison St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 3-3649 
LILLYBRIDGE, RICHARD, Rt. 1, Box 204, 

Bremerton, Washington. 
LINDEN, JOSEPH. 2644 S. Veitch St.. 

Arlington, Va., OT 4-8677 
LINDOW, STEPHEN, Annapolis Roads, An- 



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LINMAN, MILTON L.. 2223 H. St.. N. W., 

Washington, D. C, FE 3-3900 
LIPSITZ, SARAH M., 305 E. 2nd St., Chase 

City. Va.. OR 2-4320 
LISS, SHELDON B„ 7816 Lexington Ave.. 

Philadelohia. Pa. 
LITT, HOWARD, 617 Fern PL, N. W., 

Washington, D. C, TA 9-4038 
LIU, VICTOR S.. 7314 Baltimore Ave., 

Takoma Park. Md. 
LOCKMAN. IOUIE L.. 4940 25th St., S. 

Arlington. Va.. JA 2-6290 
LOEB, LOUIS S., 1216 W. Broadway. Hew- 
lett. N. Y. 
LOGAN. ROBERT E.. 213 Lavern Ave.. 

Alexandria. Va.. KI 8-8734 
LOKEY, CLINTON K.. Arlineton Towers 

1644. Arlington, Va., JA 2-6645 
LOMBARD, FDWARD. 4912 Flint Dr. 

We-t-ate. Md.. OL 6-8214 
I.ONF.Y. CAROLE ANN. 3415 N. Glebe Rd.. 

Arlington. Va.. KF 6-6468 
LONG. MARGARET C. 3326 Tennyson St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. KE 7-1380 
LONGFELLOW. MARGARET L., 3635 S St.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, FE 3-9590 



LONGUEIRA, TONY, 106 Madison St., New 

York, N. Y. 
LOUIE, JAMES M., 106 N. Washington St., 

Easton, Md. 
LOUIE, ROBERT, 2423 E St., N W.. 

Washington, D. C, DI 7-5608 
LOVE, ALFRED P., 1508 Basil St., Mobile, 

Ala. 
LOUDEN, BARBARA A., 3511 Shepherd St., 

Chevy Chase, Md., OL 4-5637 
LOWENHERZ, CLAIRE, 16 Huguenot Dr., 

Larchmont, N. Y. 
LOWHAPHANDU, VIRDJ 
LUBIS. ALIMUDDIN, 1506 21st St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, AD 2-9790 
LUKE, DANIAL S., 4231 N. Fairfax Dr., 

Arlington, Va., JA 5-9324 
LUND1". DOLORES, 36 Main St., Dallas, Pa. 
LUNING, KATHARINE, 5116 Caledonia Rd., 

Richmond, Va. 
LUPIS, ANGELA M., 138 Fairview St., 

Piedmont, W. Va. 
LURIE, JULIETTE, 5410 Brier Ridge Rd.. 

Falls Church, Va., KE 6-9199 
MACDONALD, FLORA E., 4803 S. 28th St., 

Arlington, Va., JE 6-7360 
MACGILL, BRUCE, 3608 7th St., S. Arling- 
ton, Va., JA 7-6SS6 
MACHETANZ, BARBARA ANN, 3665 38th 
St., N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-0894 
MACKENZIE, SUSAN R., 10 S. Plateau PL, 

Greenbelt, Md., GR 4-7342 
MACKEY, DONALD, 211 Howard St., Mill- 

ville, N. J. 
MACKEY, MARY H., 3107 N. Oxford, 

Arlington, Va.. JA 8-5880 
MADIaON, CARL, 199 35th St., N. E., 

Washington, D. C, LU 2-3116 
MADISON, PAUL F., 3820 17th St., N. E., 

Washington, D. C, LA 6-2886 
MADKESH, HARRIET, 681 Stelle Ave., 

l'lalnlield, N. J. 
MALAKOFF, LAWRENCE, 1116 Galloway 

St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 
MALLEY, RONALD E„ 4842 Davenport St.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-3104 
MALONEY, KA1HRYN MARY, 336 W. 

Delaware, Toledo, Ohio 
MANDELL, ARNOLD, 9327 Kings Highway, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
MANN, JANET MARGUERITE, 5224 S. 

11th St., Arlington, Va. 
MANNES. KAREN, 3130 Wisconsin Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, WO 6-5307 
MAPHIS, FRANKLIN B., 4505 Leland St.. 

Chevy Chase. Md., OL 2-3002 
MAR, LOLOMON, 5225 New Hampshire Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 3-8032 
MARCHETTI, JOHN A., 1212 Delafield PL, 

N. W., Washington, D. C, LA 9-4302 
MARCUS. ELAINE, 1759 Poplar Lane, N. W., 

Washington, D. C, TA 9-3422 
MARCUS, ROBERTA, 4 Frederick Lane, 

Scarsdale, N. Y. 
MARGOLIS. DANIEL, 5223 New Hampshire 
Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 
3-8032 
MARIEN, NICHOLAS L., 3905 Davis PL, 

N. W„ Washington, D. C, WO 6-1411 
MARINENKO, GEORGE, 1100 E St., S. E„ 

Washington, D. C, LI 3-4058 
MARKLEY, RICHARD L.. 302 Pimmit Dr.. 

Falls Church, Va., TW 3-8492 
MARKOFF, MARK, 4430 Lowell St., N. W.. 

Washington, D. C. 
MARKWOOD, VALERIE M., 2726 Brandy- 
wine St.. N. W., Washington. D. C, 
EM 2-2286 
MARLOW, JOANNA S., 3872 9th St., S. E., 

Washington, D. C. 
MARSHALL. GORDON E.. 8413 12th Ave.. 

Silver Spring. Md., HE 4-6503 
MARSHALL, WILLIAM. 2800 Quebec St., 

N. W., Washington. D. C, EM 2-1904 
MARTI, JOHN B.. 3937 Pennsylvania Ave.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, LU 4-6783 
MARTIN. ARNOLD WILLIAM, 1531 Park 

Rd., N. W., Washington. D. C. 
MARTIN, CHESTER, 22! Briggs St., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 
MARTIN, EARL. 4418 Macomb St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
MASSELL, GENMARO J.. 2724 S. Wayne St.. 

Arlington, Va., OT 4-9525 
MASTRANTONIO, BARBARA, Box 284, Ox- 
ford, N. J. 
MATHIAS. ALBA L., 307 Park St.. Wavnes- 

boro, Pa. 
MATTERS. ADELAIDE S., 3110 45th St. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 2-9688 
MATTINGLY, RICHARD, 3701 Cumberland 
St., N. W.. Washington, D. C, WO 6-3773 
MATULLO, RICHARD, Capitol View Dr., 

McLean, Va. 
MAXEY, JOSEPH, 69 W. High St., Somer- 

ville. N. J. 
MAXWELL, LOUIS R.. 3506 Leland St.. 

Chevy Chase, Md., OL 2-1744 
MAY, RUDOLPH W., 1766 Preston Rd., Al- 
exandria, Va., TE 6-5566 
MAYER, ROY C, 172003 83rd Ave.. Jamaica. 

N. Y. 
McCANN. REBECCA. 2230 Shepard St.. 

N. E., Washington, D. C, TA 9-2051 
McCARNEY, WILLIAM. 108 Tritle Ave., 
Waynesboro, Pa. 

McClelland, ann. 4150 KMngie St., 

N. W.. Washington, D. C, WO 6-8199 



McClelland, Robert l., ssn Glenaiien 

St., Springfield, Va., CH 6-3077 
McCLOSKEY, MARCIA, Ncwcombiown Rd.. 

Millville, N. J. 
McCONNAUGHY, RICHARD, 3707 Isbell 

St., Silver Spring. Md., WH 6-6635 
McCORKLE, D. JANE, 4240 2>th St., Ar- 
lington, Va. 
McCORMICK, MICHAEL, 6817 Georgia Ave., 

N W., Washington, D. C, TA 6-6054 
McCORMICK, MILTON R., 4301 S. Four 

Mile Run, Arlington, Va., JA 8-4753 
McDANALD, WILLIAM, 732 Chesapeake 

Ave., Silver Spring, Md.. JU 9-6413 
McDANLEL, ANDREW, 26 E. Chapman St., 

Alexandria, Va., Kl 9-4360 
McDANIEL, JERRY, 44 Northdown Rd.. 

Alexandria, Va. 

McDonald, bruce, c, 38i6 Davis pi„ 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-4354 

Mcdonald, Paul, 2322 16th St., s. e.. 

Washington, D. C, LU 3-1734 
McGRADY. FREDERICK, 5308 28th St.. 
N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-7655 

McGregor. Florence, 4607 Conn. Ave., 

N. V., Washington, D. C, EM 2-9230 
McINNES, JAMES M., Repton, Ala. 
McINRRNEY. JOHN S., 9924 Edward Ave., 

Bethesda, Md., OL 6-5662 
McINTYRE, PATRICIA, 2422 N. Ohio St., 

Arlington, Va., JE 2-7471 
McKlNNEY, BRIAN P., 14 Sycamore Ave., 

Plainheld, N. J. 
McKNEE, JOAN, 2708 Proter St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, EM 2-8190 
McLAINE, MARCIA. 2030 Beechwood Blvd., 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 
McLEAN, JAMES H., 716 Kensington Ave.. 

Plainneld, N. J. 
McLEAN. RUTH E., 5014 III. Ave.. N. W., 

Washington. D. C. 
McLEAVY, DENIS. 144 Home St., Malverne, 

N. Y. 
McLENDON, MLIZ, 3210 Wisconsin Ave.. 

N W„ Washington. D. C, EM 3-2290 
McLEOD, HARRY. 6492 Little Falls Rd.. 

Arlington. Va., JE 3-1167 
McMAHON. ROSALIND, 4915 Brandywine 

St., N. W.. Washington, D. C, WO 6-4964 
McNAMEE, CAROL, 4201 Mass. Ave., 

N. W.. Washington, D. C. EM 2-2763 
McNELL. DENNIS K.. 511 W. 112th St.. 

New York. N. Y. 
McNELL, PATRICIA. 511 W. 112th St.. 

New York. N. Y. 
McQUISTON. JOHN T.. 4201 Mass Ave.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-1966 
McWHORTER. BARBARA E„ 4421 Burling- 
ton PL. N. W.. Washington, D. C. EM 



MEEKINS, JEFF A., SOU Baltimore Ave.. 

Washington, D. C, OL 2-8807 
MEHTA, GAUTAM J., 1867 Kalorama Rd., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, NO 7-8777 
MELTINOS, SYLVIA A.. 902 Illinois St., 

Walkerton, Ind. 
MENSH, DONALD, 2246 Sudbury Rd., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 6-3215 
MERCER, DOROTHY M., Rt. No. 1, Box 

131. Vienna, Va., WE 8-2471 
MERRELL, WALTER, Amity, Ore. 
MERRILEES. GEORGE, 4730 N. 1st St., 

Arlington, Va.. JA 7-9136 
MESSICK, KENNETH, 5325 Allandale Rd.. 

Washington. D. C, OL 4-6372 
METHLIE. WILLIAM. 1101 Admont Ave.. 

Franklin Square. N. Y. 
METZ, BENJAMIN, 1227 Rock Oxk Ford 

Rd., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
MEYER. RITA. 113 Hunting;on Terrace, 

Newark. N 1. 
MEYERLE. LOUIS J., 612 Bei.r.i-gton Dr.. 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-7096 
MEYERS, BERTRAM H„ 3061 M St., N. W.. 

Washington. D. C, FE 3-2725 
MEYERS. CHARLES A.. 8716 Colesville Rd.. 

Silver Spring. Md., JU 8-2501 
MEYERS, ELIZABETH. 322 St. Lawrence Dr.. 

Silver Soring, Md.. JU 9-3157 
MIDDLETON, DONALD R.. 4300 N. 4th 

St., Arlington, Va., JA 8-2452 
MIDDLETON. JOHN B.. 3201 Morrison St.. 

N W.. Washington. D. C. EM 2-0761 
MIDDLETON. MARILYN W., 6521 Willston 

Dr., Falls Church, Va.. IE 2-4695 
MILES, PATRICIA A.. 50 Quincey PL. Wash- 
ington, D. C. DU 7-2681 
MILLER. CAROLYN R.. 4213 S. Four Mile 

Run. Arlineton. Va. 
MILLER, ELIZABETH M.. 1107 Chestnut 

Ave.. Falls Church. Va., JE 4-5779 
MILLER, ISSAC. 407 W. Court St.. Wood- 
stock. Va.. TW 3-8654 
MILLER. JOHN G, 2339 40th PL. N. W . 

Washington. D. C. EM 3-0898 
MILLER, JUDITH TOBY, 353 Church St.. 

N E , Vienna. Va.. DU 3-9191 
MILLER, LOIS, 1215 Chestnut St., Western 

Scenes, HI. 

MILLER. MILES L.. 5301 Chillum PI.. N. E., 

Washington. D. C. 
MILLER. RODNEY R.. 2301 Cathedral Ave.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, DU 7-4136 
MILLER, SALLY, 315 W. Montgomery Ave., 

Wildwood. N. I. 
MILLER. WARREN M., 329 N. Ed 

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M1LLHISER, MILDRED, 207 Old Orchard 

Rd., Richmond, Va. 
MILLS, JAMES, 4713 Qucensbury Rd., River- 
dale, Md. 
MILLS, MARY C, 1523 28th St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, CO 5-6197 
MINER, LARRY JOSEPH, 714 N. Wayne St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 2-7223 
MINIZtR, DEANNA H., S71 Ott St., Har- 
risonburg, Va. 
MITCHELL, JANIE, Roxbury Rd., Shippens- 

burg, Pa. 
M11CHELL, MARGARET B„ 150! 41st St., 

S. E., Washington, D. C, LU 1-7151 
MOEESES, ELIZABETH, 1216 Foulkrod St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
MOHAMMED, MARIA, 271 E. 143rd St., 

New York, N. Y. 
MOK, MAY L., 1138 12th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C, RE 7-5176 
MOK, OLIVIA, 1138 12th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C, RE 7-5176 
MONA, JAMES E., 6612 Williston PI., Falls 

Church, Va. 
MONDRAGON, LINDA D., 8802 Old 

Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, Md., OL 2-7276 
MONDSCHEIN, IRWYN M., 3850 Tunlaw 

Rd., N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 2-2210 
MONROE, JOHN, 3105 Macomb St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, WO 6-7411 
MOORE. DOROTHY J., 2130 N St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, FE 7-5857 
MOORE, ROBERT, 4716 Blagdew Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-0066 
MOORE, SAMUEL N., 301 E. Glendale Ave., 

Alexandria, Va., KI 9-6760 
MORELL, ANITA I., 2316 Kalorama Rd., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, AD 2-7187 
MORELLA, ANTHONY C, 5821 Crawford 

Dr., Rockville, Md., GA 4-8271 
MORGAN, FRANCES, 748 Candidus Ave., 

Woodbury Heights, N. J. 
MORGAN, JACQUELINE R., 412 Patrick 

Henrv Dr., Falls Church, Va. 
MORGAN, NATALIE, 5816 Douglas St., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
MORGAN, ROBERT P., 4630 Fcssenden St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 2-3743 
MORGAN, ROBERT S., 4262 S. 16th St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 7-6423 
MORR, HARRY P., 2212 I St., N. W.. 

Washington, D. C. FE 3-6011 
MORIARTY. FRANCIS J., 46 Myrtle Ave.. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 
MORRIS. WILLIAM W., 831 E. Park Paseo, 

Las Vegas, Nev. 
MORRISON, MARIANNE, 2831 44th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
MORRISON, RALPH L., 2905 34th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
MORROW, LINDA GRAHAM, Rt. 1, Box 

131, Annandale. Va. 
MOSS. ARTHUR, 2501 Northampton St., 

N. W„ Washington, D. C, EM 3-0500 
MOXNESS, BENNIE A. 
NACHTMAN, IOHN, 4411 Maple Ave., 

Bethesda, Md., OL 2-1863 
NADANYI, MICHAEL S., 601 Dorchester 

Rd., Falls Church, Va., JE 3-2214 
NAGEL. IOHN M., 1413 Leland Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 
NAGEL, WARREN, 632 Gallatin St., N. W., 

Washington 1 1 , D. C, TA 9-4495 
NAQUIB, DHIA I.. list.. Baghdad, Iraq 
NAZARIAN, ARMEN, JR., 3400 Oliver St.. 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C. WO 6-7761 
NEITZEY, THOMAS F., 216 Douglas St., 

N. E„ Washington 2, D. C, HO 2-4440 
NELSON, DANIEL RICHARD, 3100 26th 

St., N. E., Washington 18, D. C, NO 7-6613 
NELSON, DARRELL R., 4433 Faraday PI., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 2-8657 
NELSON, IERRY LEE. 2217 42nd St.. 

N. W., Washington 7, D. C. 
NELSON, RONALD KENNETH. 40 Elliott 

Ave., Jamestown. N. Y. 
NERI. JOSEPH. 1914 Upshur St., N. E.. 

Washington. D. C, LA 6-3930 
NETTERSTROM, 1AMES S.. 6313 W. Hal- 

bert Rd.. Bethesda 14. Md.. OL 4-0207 
NETTERSTROM. SUSAN, 6313 W. Halbert 

Rd., Bethesda 14. Md., OL 4-0207 
NEWBERRY, JACK G.. SIS Franklin, N. E., 

Washington, D. C, HO 2-0777 
NGUYEN. DIF.P NGOC. 90 Pham Ngu Las. 

Saigon, Vietnam 
NICHOLAS, CAROL, 5415 Bradley Blvd., 

Bethesda 14, Md., OL 4-04J9 
NICHOLSON, ROBERT, 63 Cricklewood Rd.. 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
NIELSON. ROBERT EDWIN, 126 New York 

Ave, Jersey City 7, N. J. 
NIKOV, TRAJKO PETAV, 1624 H St., 

N. W., Washington 25, D. C. 
NIMF.TZ, ARTHUR, 920 Peabody St., N. W., 

Washington II, D. C, RA 3-5501 
NOLAN. JAMES EDWARD. 252 Schenectady 

Ave., Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 
NOLAN. NICHOLAS JOHN. 1142 Valley 

Dr., Alexandria, Va., TE 6-7747 
NOTES, BARBARA. 7901 Orchid St.. N. W.. 

Waihington 12. D. C, RA 3-4238 
NOTTINGHAM. ANNE, 3 Clifton Dr.. Al- 
exandria, Va., SO 8-7161 
NUGENT, JOAN CLAUDIA, 70 Hereford 
Rd., Bronxvillc, N. Y. 



NUNNELLY, CHARLES A., 426 Keith Ave., 

Ann.ston, Ala. 
NYCE, PETER Q., JR., 1700 Varnum St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-7896 
O'BRIEN, WILLIAM, 35 West 48th St., 

Bayonne, N. J. 
O'CONNELL, WALTER, 1009 Oak Hill 

Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 
O'CONNOR, JAMES E., Playhouse McLean, 

McLean, Va. 
OCONNOR, JEAN K., 2219 Madison St., 

Chester, Pa., CH 3-1798 
OLHSER, GORDON V., 2138 California St., 

Washington 8, D. C. 
OEI, 1Kb IJ1KNIO, 22 New York Ave., 

White Plains, N. Y. 
OFIENBERGER, HEIDI, 9 Locust Ave., 

Larchmont, N. Y. 
OGDON, CHARLES A., 4328 N. Henderson 

Rd., Arlington 3, Va.., JA 2-4087 
OJhDA, GLADYS, Box 486 Station St., 

Aguada, Puerto Rico 
OLIt-HANT, JOHN, 3235 Beech St., N. W., 

Washington IS, D. C, EM 2-9376 
OMAN, CHARLES LEE, 1922 So. Pollard St., 

Arlington 4, Va., JA 8-9143 
O'NEILL, JOSEPH, 1564 East-West Highway, 

Silver Spring, Md. 
■O'NEILL, PAUL, 3S37 78th St., Jackson 

Hts., Long Island, N. Y. 
O'NEILL, RICHARD, 3150 Patterson St., 

N. W., Washington 15, D. C. 
OPACK, JERRY H., 7601 16th St., N. W., 

Washington 12, D. C, RA 6-4804 
ORDOWER, JANET, 1507 Schley St., Hill- 
side, N. J. 
ORLETSKY, SANDRA, 526 Fisherman's Rd., 

Norfolk 3, Va. 
ORLICH, PAUL D., 1402 N. 12th St., Ar- 
lington, Va., JA 2-9400 
ORTIZ, GLORIA M., Central Mercedita, 

Ponce, P. R. 
OURSLER, STEPHANIE W., 4101 Glen Arm 

Ave., Baltimore 6, Md. 
OUTERBRIDGE, THOMAS W., 4625 S. 34th 

St., Arlington, Va., TE 6-3781 
OUTLAW, JOSETTE, 6047 23rd St., N.. 

Arlington, Va. 
OUTTEN, WILLIAM, 4740 N. Dittmar Rd., 

Arlington, Va., KE 8-4413 
OWENS, CAROLYN B., 2013 31st St., S. E., 

Washington 20, D. C, LU 2-6788 
OZUMI, YUTAKA, 1387 Ashihara, Kokura 

Fukuoka, Japan 
PADGETT, ROBERT LEE, 903 S. Washing- 
ton St.. Alexandria, Va. 
PADOVAWI, ALVAROZ S., 84 Dr. Vevcs 

St., Box 403 Sangerman, Puerto Rico 
PALSGROVE, GARY, 4915 Albemarle St., 

N. W„ Washington 16, D. C. 
PALTING, PANCRACIO G., 1339 Shepherd 

St., N. W.. Washington, D. C, RA 6-5525 
PAPER, MARCIA, U. S. Soldiers' Home. 

Washington 25, D. C. 
PAPPAS, JUDITH, 208 Sterling Ave., Orange, 

N. J. 
PAQUIN. BEVERLY N. 
PAQUIN, ROBERT RAYMOND 
PARIK, ABHAYKUMAR C, Mandvig St. 

Samet Pole, Ahmedbad, Bombay St., India 
PARIS, MARY SABRA, 4330 Yuma St., 

N. W., Washington 16 D. C, EM 2-6373 
PARK. STEPHEN K-, 349069 Singdangdong, 

Seoul, Korea 
PARKER, JAMES C, 1025 Fifth Ave., New 

York City, N. Y. 
PARKER, JANE, 4620 36th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington 8, D. C. 
PARKER. JOHN, 6304 N. 12th St.. Arling- 
ton 5, Va. 
PARKES. SUZANNE, 1212 Churchville Rd., 

Southampton, Penna. 
PARKINSON. PHILIP, 411 Monterey Ave., 

Annapolis, Md. 
PARKS. FLOYD L., 60S Main St., Laurel, 

Md. 
PARR1SH, CHARLES R., 710 Plum St., Vine- 
land. N. J. 
PARSONS. ALLEN A.. 1313 N. E. 1st St.. 

Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 
PARSONS, JUDITH, 2307 N. Washington 

PATTISON. DAVID J.. 1707 N. Monroe St., 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
PATTON, SCHUYLER T., 3525 Davenport 

St., N. W., Washington. D. C, EM 3-8259 
PATRICK, JACK W., 587 Lynbrook Ave., 

Tonawanda, N. Y. 
PAUL, GERALD R.. Nancy Ave.. Neshaminy. 

Penna. 
PAULSON. FRANKLIN, 1534 Roxanna Rd.. 

N. W., Washington 12, D. C, RA 3-3833 
PAYNE, MORRIS J.. 1323 Kennedy St.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TA 9-S478 
PAYNE. PATRICIA, 1910 Kalorama Rd., 

N. W„ Washington 9, D. C. 
PAYNE, ROSS, Unpcrville, Va. 
PEABODY. STANTON B., Liberian Embassy, 

Washington. D. C. 
PFIFER, EDWARD W., 5011 V St., N. W.. 

Washington, D. C, EM 2-2061 
PEIFER, PETRA E., SOU V. St., N. W. 

Washington 7, D. C, EM 2-2061 
PEPP. ROSE. 250 S. 17th St.. Phila. Penna 
PEQUENO, STAEL A., 2500 Wisconsin Ave., 

Washington. D. C. FE 7-3871 



PETROSS, DONALD ALAN, 226 N St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
PEREZ, GERARDA P., Juanarroyo Mestre 192, 

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 
PERKINS, DIANE J., 9411 St. Andrews Way, 

Silver Spring, Md. 
PLKRITT, BRUCE, 4502 Iowa Ave., N. W., 

Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-0627 
PERRY, SAMUEL D., State Line House, 

Greenville, Del. 
PETERSON, EARL W„ 909 Patton Dr., 

Silver Spring, Md. 
PETERSON, HAROLD, 1669 Columbia Rd., 

N. W., Washington 9, D. C. 
PETERSON, JOHN, 1616 Mt. Eagle PL, 

Alexandria, Va., OV 3-0024 
PETERSON, JUDITH A., 743 Simpson, Mc- 
Pherson, Kansas 
PETERSON, LARRY LEE, 5 521 24th Ave., 

S. E., Washington 21, D. C, LO 7-1103 
PETERSON, RICHARD, 450! N. 37th St., 

Arlington 7, Va., KE 8-!672 
PETERSON, WILLIAM D., 422 Windsor St., 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 8-929S 
PHAN, VANPHUT H., 1420 Harvard St., 

N. W., Washington 9, D. C, CO I-S197 
PHILLIPS, LEROY F., 810 Central Ave., 



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PHILLIPS, SUSAN, Star Route, Summit 

Lawn, Allentown, Penna. 
PHOTIAS, MARY N., !327 41st St., N. W., 

Washington li, D. C, EM 2-0377 
PIFER, KENNETH C, 601! 21st St., N., 

Arlington i, Va., KE 6-9!!3 
PIKE, THOMAS, 270 East Pine St., Lisbon, 

Ohio 
PINE, ROBERT, 64 Main Ave., Ocean Grove, 

N. J. 
PINKUS, ELSA CAROL, 4623 Ellicott St., 

N. W„ Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-SSS7 
PIPER, JAMES, JR., 1553 N. Danville St., 

Arlington 1, Va., JA S-6034 
PISCHEDDA, EDWARD, 1600 Pine Grove 

Ave., Wcsttield, N. J. 
PITTMAN, GARY ELLIS, Waverly, Va. 
PLATNIK, STANLEY, 8S14 Tahona Dr., 

Silver Spring, Md., HE 4-6112 
POGREBNIAK, VADIM A., 2019 Glenross 

Rd., Silver Spring, Md., JU 5-3813 
POITRAS, PIERRE L., 972 Salaberry St., 

Quebec 6, Oue., Canada 
POLAND, JUNE ELAINE, Kurtz Rd., Rt. 3. 

Box 167, McLean, Va. 
POLEN, SAMUEL W., 10721 St. Paul St.. 

Kensington, Md., LO 5-3679 
POLLOCK, MARILYN, 7413 Alaska Ave.. 

N. W., Washington 12, D. C, RA 6-1781 
POND, GLEN D., 2393 N. Edgewood St., 

Arlington 7, Va., JA 2-4773 
PONS. JAMES THOMAS, 10510 Inslcy St.. 

Silver Spring, Md., LO S-232S 
POSNER, ROBERT B.. 5239 Chillum PL. 

N. E., Washington II. D. C. 
POTTS, WILLIAM D., 710 N. Wayne St., 

Arlington 1, Va., JA 2-24S8 
POULIN, PAUL LEON, 34 Main St., Spring- 
vale, Me. 
POWELL, CYNTHIA, 5008 26th St., N.. 

Arlington 7, Va. 
POWELL, JUDY B., 1642 Cherokee Rd., 

Florence, S. C. 
POWELL, LISSANTE, 3434 Volter PL, 

N. W., Washington, D. C, DE 2-2434 
PRATT, PHILIP, 1921 Kalorama Rd.. N. W„ 

Washington. D. C, DE 2-4594 
PRESTON, RICHARD R., 402 Neale Ave., 

Silver Spring, Md.. HE 4-077S 
PRICE, CHARLES H., JR.. 1710 N. 17th 

St., Arlington 9, Va. 
PRICE, PAMELA A., 7104 Denton Rd., 

Bethesda 14. Md., OL 4-2197 
PRIMOFF. JOHN OREN. Box 31. Hcrndon, 

Va. 
PRINGLE. WILLIAM P., 208 Domcr Ave., 

Takoma Park, Md. 
PRITCHARD, HERBERT, 69S0 Maple St.. 

N. W., Washington 12, D. C. 
PUISIFER. RICHARD A., 3214 West Ave., 

Newport News. Va. 
PURSEL, THOMAS L., 222 3Sth St., S. E.. 

Washington 19, D. C. LU 1-S1S0 
PYLE. PATRICIA. 4109 Ingomar St., N. W., 

Washington II, D. C. 
QUBEIN, NANCY S.. 617 19th St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
QUINN, BETTY JANE, 11903 Coronada 



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QUINONEZ. FRANCISCO, 4 Calle S. O. 

206, Managua. Nicaragua, Central America 
RAAB, DIANE, 3800 Clifford St., Ports- 
mouth, Va. 
RACHE, IRIS T„ 4129 32nd St.. Mt. Rainier. 

Md. 
RACHEL, ALBERT A., 3216 Minn. Ave., 

S. E., Washington 19, D. C. LU 2-1782 
RAIMONDO, JOSEPH LARRY. 128 Ardmacr 

Dr., Somcrville. N. J. 
RAJEE, AHMAD ALI, 2611 Adams Mill Rd.. 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
RAMOS, CARMEN V., Box 311, Orocovis. 

Puerto Rico 
RAMOS, PRISCILLA I.. Box 83, Cialcs. 

Puerto Rico 
RAPPOPORT, DAVID, 2 N. Annapolis Ave., 

Atlantic City. N. J. 



RASQUIN, GUSTAVO, Calle Chiv Orta 

MacL, Caracas, Venezuela 
RAVAL, DINKER S., 78YL Danapith Navo- 

vas, Ahmedabad, India 
RAVER, ROBERT R., 5609 Southwick St., 

Bethesda 14, Md.. OL 2-6162 
RAWLINGS. ANN, 901 South W Street, 

Culpeper, Va. 
RAZZAGHI, ABBAS, Saraye Ferdows, Tehran, 

Iran 
REANEY, RACHEL W., 264 West Lincoln 

Avenue, Delaware, Ohio 
REASON, BARBARA, 1242 Girard St., N. E., 

Washington 17, D. C, LA 6-9273 
REDISCH, MONICA, 101006 67 Dr., Forest 

Hills 75, N. Y. 
REEDER. JACK, Rt. 5, Box 427C, Alexan- 
dria, Va., ED 9-SS84 
REEL, JOHN, 3716 Woodley Rd., N. W., 

Washington 16, D. C. EM 3-9691 
REESE, CAROLE SUE, 5303 Matoaka Rd., 

Richmond, Va. 
REGAR, JOSEPHINE W., 11 Ft. Williams 

Pkwy., Alexandria, Va., KI 8-6175 
REGER, MARJORIE, 9004 2nd Ave., Silver 

Spring, Md., JU 9-6104 
REILLY, DONALD E., 1916 17th St., N. W., 

Washington 9, D. C, DU 7-9118 
REIS, JOSE D., R. Lad Neto 16 Andarai. 

Rio De Jan D. F. Brazil 
RE1SKIN. HERBERT LEE, 1604 Crittenden 

St., N. W., Washington II, D. C, RA 

6-2605 
REISSNER, GEORGE, IS N. Browning Ave., 

Tenally, N. J. 
REYNOLDS, CHARLES, 121 Hamlin Ave., 

Danville, Va. 
RHODES, WILLIAM, 2032 37th St., S. E.. 

Washington 20, D. C, LU 2-9SS4 
RICE, TIMOTHY, 104S Michigan Ave., 

N. E., Washington 17, D. C, LA 6-SSSS 
RICHARDS, ERIC L., 265 Bartlett St., Reno. 

Nev. 
RIDDLE, GEORGE, 4203 N. 4th St., Arling- 
ton 3, Va„ JA 7-6339 
RIDDLE, JOHN H., 87 Hudson Ave., Red 

Bank, N. J. 
RIDGEWAY, SAMUEL M., 8220 Greenwood 

Ave., Takoma Park, Md., JU 7-7104 
RIDGWAY, DAVID B., 2717 S. Adams St., 

Arlington, Va. 
RINFRETTE, KAY, 194S Biltmore St., 

N. W., Washington 9, D. C. 
RINGELHEIM, RHODA, ISO Putnam Ave., 

Freeport, N. Y. 
RISDEN, CATHERINE L., SI30 15th St., N., 

Arlington S, Va., JA 7-9130 
RITCHIE, ANNE BEATRICE, 146 S. Bar- 
ton St., Arlington 4, Va., JA 2-3172 
RIVELLESE, VINCENT, 41030 46th St., 

Sunnyside 4, N. Y. 
RIVERA, EDITH, Atanacio Cuadra St., No. 3, 

Humacao, Puerto Rico 
RIVERA, GLADYS M.. Luis M. Rivera St., 

Yabucoa, Puerto Rico 
ROAN, STEPHANIE. 520 Valley Lane, Falls 

Church, Va., JE 2-7884 
ROBBY, CAROLE, 2635 McCoy Way, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
ROBERTS, CURTIS, S181 Manning PL, 

N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-5181 
ROBERTS. GARRETT C, 3 Pooks Hill Rd., 

Bethesda 14, Md., OL 6-46S1 
ROBERTS. WILLIAM HENRY, 3810 Davis 

PI., N. W., Washington 16, D. C. 
ROBINSON, ALICE, Beirut. Lebanon 
ROBINSON, CYNTHIA L., 712 Wolfe St., 

Alexandria, Va., KI 8-2958 
ROBINSON, NATHAN C, 4313 2nd St., 

N. W., Washinton 11, D. C, TU 2-7052 
ROGERSON, WILLIAM T., 5404 Cathedral 

Ave., N. W., Washington 16, D. C, TE 

3-3667 
ROHRER, DANIEL J., 120 E. Antietam 



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ROLLINS. JAMES. 4421 Butterworth PL. 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-9174 
ROMAN. ROBERT, 6904 Strathmore St., 221, 

Chevy Chase, Md., OL 2-6374 
ROOME, BARBARA J., 9814 Dameron Dr., 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 7-603S 
ROSE, IRVIN W., 192S N. Calbcrt St.. 

Arlington, Va. 
ROSEN, MELSA, 9 Unger Lane, Pittsburgh 

17, Pa. 
ROSENBERG. ARTHUR G.. 15 Edgewater 

Lane, Great Neck. N. Y. 
ROSENBERG. LEONARD, 179 Scheerer Ave.. 

Newark, N. J. 
ROSENBF.RGER, DONALD A., 9706 Hast- 
ings Dr.. Silver Spring. Md., JU S-9S22 
ROSENFELD, NATALIE MAE, 6341 Douglas 

St., Pittsburgh 17, Penna. 
ROSENSTOCK, ROSE, 94! Eastern Pkwy., 

Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 
ROSENTHAL, MYRNA, 49 Grove Ave., 

Larchmonr, N. Y, 
ROSENTHAL, STEPHANIE A., 4264 Min- 
nesota St.. Pittsburgh 17. Penna. 
ROSS, DAVID GRAY, 3936 7th St.. N. E.. 

Washington 17, D. C. 
ROTHBARD, RICHARD. !41 Woodmerc 

Blvd., Woodmere, Long Island, N. Y. 
ROTHE. DELIGHT D., 4322 Kentburg Dr., 

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ROTHbNBERG, JANICE, 124 Woodside Vil- 
lage. Stanford, Conn. 

ROUNSLEY, DENNIS ROGER. 5723 Chillum 
Hts. Dr., Hyattsville, Md., EX 3-7100 

ROWE, DAVID W., 1900 F St., N. W., 
Washington 6, D. C. 

ROZICER, DONALD, 1823 Varnum St., 
N. E., Washington 18, D. C. 

RUARK, MARY L., 4101 Byeford Court, 
Kensmgton, Md., OL 7-9021 

RUB1NOFF, MARCIA, 2831 Beechwood Blvd., 
Pittsburgh 17, Penna. 

RUFF, ROBERT R., 9814 Summit Ave., Ken- 
sington, Md. 

RUMPF, ROBERT, 318 E. Third St., Fred- 
erick, Md. 

RUSH, DONALD, 138! Shore Pkwy., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

RUSH, DOROTHEA, 370 N St., S. W., 
Washington, D. C, RE 7-1374 

RUTELIONIS. ALGIMANTAS, 4021 33rd 
St., Mt. Rainier, Md., AP 7-7946 

RYALL, ELINOR F., 6041 20th St. N., Ar- 
lington, Va., KE 8-2613 

RYAN, FRANK P., Rt. I, Box 2S1, Fair- 
fax, Va, 

RYAN. JAMES N., 4726 l!th St., N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

RYAN, JOHN, 136 Arthur St., Massapequa 
Park, N. Y. 

RYAN, THOMAS S., 1708 Bay St., S. E„ 
Washington. D. C, LI 3-2094 

RYNER. MARIAN, 3118 Marlyn Rd., Wash- 
ington 16, D. C. 

SABEL, JOHN KENNETH, 3ISS Raymoor 
Rd., Kensington, Md., OL 7-9079 

SABIA, VITO ROBERT, 420! Russell Ave., 
Mt. Ranicr, Md. 

SACCHET, FRANCES, 2849 Mills Ave.. 
N. E„ Washington, D. C, DU 7-073! 

SACHS, PAUL M., 1142 Buchanan St., 
N. W., Washington, D. C, RA 5-1181 

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SALAMONE, DELORES, 1806 Walnut St 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 

SALDANA, ENRIQUE, 10! Sandford St 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SALKIND, NATALIE, 416 Rochelle \ve 
Wilmington, Del. 

SALYERS, ALVENA B.. 1914 Conn. Ave.. 
416, Washington, D. C, AD 4-4316 

SAND, BARRY, 481 E. !1 St., Brooklyn 1 
N. Y. 

SANDERS, JAMES LOUIS, 1723 Bav St 
S. E., Washington, D. C. 

SANDIDGE, ANN, 2617 N. Quantico St 
Arlington 7, Va. 

SANDIN. ROBERT BERTIL, 1543 Key Blvd., 
39, Arlington 9. Va., JA 5-3126 

SANSUR. MUSA M., P. O. Box 7i, Bethle- 
hem. Jordan 

SANTINI. CARMEN M., Box 131 Bar- 
ranguitas, Puerto Rico 

SAPHIR, MURIEL, 818 N. Woodrow St., 
Arlington !, Va., JA 7-7393 

SARISKY, JOSEPH L., 122 Columbia Ave 
Atlas. Penna. 

SASS, WILI'AM. 109 Beechwood Ave Balti- 
more 29, Md. 

SAUL, BERNARD F., 3419 Que St , N W 
Washington 7, D. C, DE 2-4433 

SAWWAF, FIAZ, 173! Sherricr PL, Washing- 
ton 16. D. C. 

SCHACKMAN. ALAN, 644 Merrick Ave 
Merrick, N. Y. 

SCHAFER. MICHAEL W., H39 Center St 
Des Plaines, III. 

SCHAIN, DAVID B., 6012 Woodcrest Ave 



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SCHARFR. RANDEL, 4 

Clarunon, Calif. 
SCHEIN, ROBERT L., 2122 Bancroft PI 

N.W.. Washington 8, D. C, NO 7-2122 ' 
SCHENK, VICTOR J., 150! Philips Dr 



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SCHENKEL, PHYLLIS, 109 Huntington 

Terr.. Newark 12. N. J. 
SCHINDLER, IRVIN. 2440 N. Pocomokc 

St., Arlington. Va. 
SCHNEE, MARCIA, 10! Oriental Ave At- 
lantic City, N. I. 
SCHNITZLER, DOLORES E., 6806 Bradley 

Blvd., Bethesda 14, Md., OL 6-7244 
SCHUBAUER, SALLY A.. !609 Gloster Rd 

Washington 16, D. C, OL 4-6796 
SCHUENEMANN, CAROL. Bustleton Pike 

Churchville. Pa. 
SCHULZE. CHARLES H.. 6910 Hillmead Rd 

Rethesda. Md., OL 2-907! 
SCHWARTZ, ELLEN. 1623 Montague St 

N. W.. Washington 11, D. C, TA 9-1448 ' 
SCHWFRTFEGER. DALE, 300 Orchard Dr. 

Fairf-x. Va.. CR 3-0842 
SCHWITZ. SUZANNE. Rt. 1, Box 176 

Oakton. Va. 
SCHRECK. BARBARA L., 81 Bellmore St 

Lnn» Island. N. Y. 
SCHUM«CHFR. BETTY LOU. 10! Russell 

Ave.. G-ithersourg, Md. 
SCHLTMAN. FSTHER P.. 6661 nth St . 

N. W., W-shington 12, D. C. 
SCOTT, LOUISE, 821 Buchanan St., N. W.. 

Washington 11. D. C, TU 2-4318 
SCOTT, MABEL, 70! !th Ave., Bradley 

Beach, N. J. 



SCOTT, MICHEL R., 1408 N. Abingdon St., 

Arlington 7, Va., JA 2-6194 
SCOTT, WILLIAM K„ 3322 Parsons Blvd., 

Flushing !4, N. Y. 
SCOTTON, FRANK, 67 Linden St., Needham 

92, Mass. 
SCRIVENER, JAMES J., JR., 3408 Dent PL, 

N. W., Washington 7, D. C, HO 2-0604 
SEABRIGHT, RUTH, 407 Tennessee Ave., 

Alexandria, Va., Kl 9-2292 
SEAGEARS, MALCOLM, 7611 Whittier Blvd., 

Bethesda, Md.. OL 6-6398 
SEALY, BRIAN, 8! Raff Ave., Mineola, 

N. Y. 
SEARLS, AUREL BROWN, 2801 Olive St., 

N. W„ Washington, D. C, AD 2-3697 
SEARS, DAVID CALVIN, 14 High St., Cof- 

fstown, N. H. 
SEGAL, HERMINE ADELE, 4114 Davis PI.. 

N. W., Washington 7, D. C, EM 3-0936 
SEGALL, BARBARA P., 248 Columbia Ave.. 

Cliffside Park, N. J. 
SEGALL, SONDRA, 141 Pomona Ave., New- 
ark 12, N. J. 
SEIN, MAUNG N., 2300 S St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
SELLERS, FREDRICK J., 9000 Flower Ave., 

Silver Spring, Md., JU 9-2218 
SELLERS, PAUL A., 4301 Clagett Rd., Hyat- 

tsville, Md. 
SELLERS, RICHARD, 3042 R St., N. W., 

Washington 7, D. C. 
SELLERS. WINFRED R., 1434 Washington 



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SELTZER, STEWART IRWIN, 6003 Seventh 

PL, N. W., Washington 11, D. C. 
SELWYN. JUDITH, 7! Bryant Ave., White 

Plains, N. Y. 
SHAFFER, DALE, 2422 Cameron Mills Rd.. 

Alexandria, Va. 
SHAMS, MUHAMMED K., 2400 16th St., 

N. W., Washington, D. C. 
SHANNO. ROBERT L., 3901 Davis PL, 

N. W„ Washington, D. C, EM 3-2047 
SHAPIRO, BARTON M., 6!27 7th St., 

N. W., Washington 12, D. C. 
SHAPIRO. SANDRA, 6 Worth Pembroke 

Ave., Margate City, N. J. 
SHARY, CAROLYN. !00 Baldwin Ave.. Bald- 
win, N. Y., BA !-6!0! 
SHAW, JOHN R., 4000 Mass. Ave., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
SHAW, NATHAN, 72 Scarsdale Rd., War- 
wick, R. I. 
SHAW, SYLVIA F.. 180! N. Taylor St., 

Arlington 7, Va., JA 2-2676 
SHAWEEVONGSE, CH1RAPA, 11901 Sin 

Amman Rd.. Bangkok. Thailand 
SHEAFFER, DONALD LEROY, 1622 Gales 

St., N. E., Washington 2, D. C, LI 3-6226 
SHELDON. ALICE, 4301 Mass. Ave., N. W.. 

Washington 16, D. C„ WO 6-7944 
SHEPHERD, ELAINE C, 2!04 22nd St., 

N. E., Washington 18, D. C. NO 7-7034 
SHEPHERD, NORMAN F., Route I, Box 

169, Lorton, Va. 
SHEPPARD, OSCAR R., JR., 1431 Newton 

St., N. W., Washington 10, D. C, TU 

2-9308 
SHERERTZ. WALLACE K., 4818 Arlington 

Blvd., Arlington, Va., JA 8-7816 
SHERMAN, NEIL, 1909 Sudbury Rd.. N. W., 

Washington 12, D. C. 
SHERWOOD, IOHN, 101 N. Wayne St., 

Arlington 1, Va. 
SHIELDS, ADRIAN M., 3134 Cumberland 

St., N. W., Washington, D. C, EM 3-817! 
SHIMANOUCHI, AKIKO. 3713 Yuma St., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C. 
SH1RER. E. JEAN. 2014 Columbia Pike. 

Arlington 4. Va., JA 7-0176 
SHIRO, EUGENE LOUIS, 4101 Vacation 

L»ne, Arlington 7, Va. 
SHIVELY. IOHN W., Naulton Rd.. Curwens- 

ville. Penna. 
SHOEMAKER. NANCY, 406 First Division 

RH., Ft. Renning, Ga 
SHOLES. RONALD, !! Cornell Blvd., Somcr- 

ville. N. 1. 
SHORT, JAMES. 11! New York Ave.. Ta- 

koma Park 12. Md.. IU 1-8814 
SHRIVER. ROGER. 177! Church St., N. W.. 

Washin-ton 6, D. C, DE 2-5101 
SHUFF1T. WAYNE G., Rideely, Md. 
SHUGARS. GEORGE, 1721 Chillum Hts Dr . 

Hvattsville. Md. 
SHUR. ARTHUR L.. Island Falls, Me. 
SIANO. ANTOINETTE, Box 434. RD No. I. 

Matiwn. N. 1 
SIBLEY, RIBERT, 410! Ruasell Ave., Mt. 

Rainier, Md. 
SILBER, LINDA, 5344 41st St.. N. W., 

Washington 1!. D. C, EM 2-7.117 
SILER, DOROTHY, 2024 Laburrum Ave., 

S. W., Roanoke, Va. 
SILL, ROGER, 210! N. Roosevelt St., Arling- 
ton !, Va., JE 2-8069 
SILVERSTEIN, ABRAHAM. 1011 Rhode Is- 
land Ave.. Washington. D. C. LA 9-01!! 
SIMON. FRED, 17 Lindley Ave., Tcnallv. 

N. .1. 
SIMPKINS, GEORGE R.. 84 Hiles Ave., Elk 

Terra., S«Iem, N. J. 
SIMPSON, WILLIAM, 10211 McKenncv Ave., 

Silver Spring. Md., JU 1-1379 



SIMS, GLENDA, 2122 Mass. Ave., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, DU 7-1624 
SING, CALVIN JUNG, 1209 Quaker Lane, 

Alexandria, Va. 
SINGER, NORMA J., R. R. No. 3, Elkhart, 

lnd. 
SLACK, JOHN B., 11! N. Granville Ave., 

Margate City, N. J. 
SLANK. EDWARD, 22! McKinley Ave., New 

Milford, N. J. 
SLATER, JOHN, 4716 Chevy Chase Blvd., 

Chevy Chase 1!, Md., OL 6-3341 
SLAT1CK, EUGENE R,, 1) S. Bridge St., 

Shenandoah, Pa. 
SMITH, ALFRED E., 11124 Ga. Ave., 

Wheaton, Md. 
SMITH, CAROL ANN, 6813 Joallen Dr., 

Falls Church, Va. 
SMITH, COLINDA G., 2942 Bellevue Terrace, 

Washington 16, D. C, EM 2-4977 
SMITH, DAVID, Box 33! American U., 

Washington 16, D. C. 
SMITH, FAY, 3816 31st St., Mt. Rainier, 

Md., AP 7-0834 
SMITH, GARY, 1814 N. Johnson St., 

Arlington, Va. JA 8-9160 
SMITH, HERBERT, !314 Gist Ave Balti- 
more IS, Md. 
SMITH, JUDITH LEE, 240 East Antietam 

St., Hagerstown, Md. 
SMITH, KAREN J., 5479 list St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 
SMITH, LAWRENCE M., 1918 N. Adams 

St., Arlington, Va., JA 7-1064 
SMITH, MIRIAM L„ 2217 8th St., Brooklyn 

14, N. Y. 
SMITH, NADINE A., 808 Quackenbos St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-7966 
SMITH, WILLIAM EDWARD, 1688 21st St., 

N. Arlington, Va. 
SMOLKA, RICHARD G.. 1122 Linden Ave., 

Takoma Park 12, Md.. JU 1-67.18 
SMOTRICK, JOSEPH F., 1804 N. Quinn St.. 

Arlington, Va., JA 5-9107 
SNAPP, JAMES, 3118 Raymoor Rd., Ken- 
sington, Md. 
SNEED, EARL M., !4I1 loth St.. N. Arling- 

ton, Va., JA 7-0694 
SNOW, ALBERT, 211 Linden Ave., Riverton. 

N. J. 
SNYDER, BARBARA, 1631 Myrtle St., 

N. W., Washington 12, D. C. 
SNYDER. DAVID, 1907 Wabash Ave., Balti- 
more 15, Md. 
SNYDER, ELIZABETH, 110 Ludlow St., 

Portland, Me. 
SNYDER, HELEN L., 401 Audrey Lane, 

Washington 21, D. C. 
SNYDER, MILFORD CHARLES. 1950 Nth 

St.. N. V., Washington II, D. C, RA 

3-6988 
SOLA, MARCOS CUNANAN. 76 Forrester 

St., S. W., Washington 24, D C, JO 

2-63 83 
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SON. MAL HEE, 2! 2nd Ka Dechung Dong. 

Pusan. Korea 
SOSNIK. SIMON, 1224 W. 1st St., Winston- 
Salem, N. C, 14606 
SPARKENBAL'GH, CHARLES, 5820 Tenth 

St., N. W., Washington II, D. C. TU 

2-3902 
SPEAKMAN, JOHN A., 106 Norris Rd.. 

Wilmington, Del. 
SPILMAN, HENRY, 29|i Porter St.. N. W.. 

Washington 8. D. C, WO 6-1877 
SPRAGUE, IOHN W. 
SPURINS, DZINTRA, 4009 Fessenden St.. 

N. W.. Washington 16. D. C. 
STALLONE. ALBERT A., JR., 1222 Robinson 

St.. Reading, Pa. 
STANSBURY, CLAYTON C. 400 S. Stokes 

St.. Havre De Grace, Md. 
STARINCHUCK, JOHN, JR.. i! Yahar- 

Ave.. Rutherford, N. J. 
STATS. HERBERT E.. 5.H2 Volta PL. 

N. W.. Washington 7, D. C. CO !-!02! 
STAUFFER, ROBERT. 1882 N. 1st St.. 

Arlington 5. Va. 
STFIN. PHILIP, 1801 Ave., N. Brooklyn 50. 

N. Y. 
STEINMARK. RITA, 66 Schcerer Ave., New- 
ark. N. 1. 
STFPHFNS, RURTON W., Braddock Hts.. 

Maryland, SK 3-7417 
STERN, ANNE. 93 Grace Ave.. Grcit Neck. 

N. Y. 
STERN. 1UDITH. !933 Hobart St., Pitts- 

bureh 17. Penna. 
STERN, ROBERT. 106 N. Frontenic Ave., 

Mareate Citv. N. .!. 
STETTLER JOHN C, 40 East Chocolate 

Ave.. Hershev. Penna. 
STEVENS. DONALD. 1729 Suitland Rd.. 

S. F... Wasnineton 20, D. C, LU 1-5848 
STEVENSON, JOAN, 7 Homestead Terrace. 

Scotch Plains. N. J. 
STEWART, ROBERTA J.. 4810 North Lane. 

Bethesda 14, Md., OL 2-2496 
STILES, NEWELL THRIFT, 1820 Clydesdale 

PI., N. W., Washington 9. D. C, AD 

2-2516 
STINESS. PHILIP B., JR.. 41H Harrison St.. 

N. W., Washington II, D. C, WO S-M02 



STOCKMAN, JULIUS, 432 Columbus Ave., 

Trenton 9, N. J. 
STOHR, CHARLES, 4843 Butterworth PL, 

N. W„ Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-3130 
STOKES, CHARLES, 4610 Warren St., N. W., 

Washington 16, D. C. 
STOLFI, BARBARA, 8314 14th Ave., Brooklyn 

28, N. Y. 
STONE, ALAN, 216 Winthrop Rd., West 

Englewood, N. J. 
STOVER, DONALD W., 4312 S. 9th St., 

Arlington, Va., JA 2-2817 
STRAND, SUSAN, 4106 Jones Bridge Rd., 

Bethesda, Md., OL 4-7641 
STRATOS, JOHN, 3113 T St.. N. W., 

Washington 7. D. C, FE 3-9!!! 
STRAUS, JAMES P., 2714 Quebec St., N. W., 

Washington 8, D. C, EM 3-1556 
STRAUSS, ROSALIE, 733 14th St., Lakewood, 

N. J. 
STRAWBERRY. KENNETH, 4890 MacArthur 

Blvd., N. W., Washington 7, D. C, 

WO 6-2413 
STRBIC, DJORDJE M., 1624 H St., N. W., 

I.C. A., Washington, D. C. 
STREETER, ROBERT G.. P. O. 478, Sierra 

Vista, Ariz. 
STRETTON, SALLY, 3147 N. Quincy St.. 

Arlington 7. Va. 
STRINER, SAMUEL, 7800 Orchid St., N. W., 

Washington 12, D. C. 
STRUCK, ARTHUR, 1800 Arlington Blvd., 

Falls Church, Va. 
STUBS, CHARLES, 8008 14th Ave., Hyatts- 

ville, Md. 
STUMP, RICHARD B.. 801 Frederick St., 

Cumberland, Md. 
SULLIVAN, JOSEPH D.. JR., 3315 15th St., 

N. E., Washington 17, D. C, LA 6-7866 
SULS, ELAINE, 1901 7tl. St., N. W., Wash- 
ington 11, D. C, RA 3-8221 
SUMMAR, LOUIS, 7220 Blair Rd., N. W., 

Washington 12, D. C. 
SUNDBERG, JAMES, 923 17th St.. Rockford. 

III. 
SWARTZ, VIRGINIA, Esworthy Rd., Ger- 

mantown, Md. 
SWEENEY, WALTER H. 186 McKinley 

Ave., Kenmore 17, N. Y. 
SWIFT. DON LEE, 3610 39th St., N. W., 

Washington 16, D. C, EM 2-3779 
SYLTO, ENRIQUE FRESCO, 1817 F. St.. 

N. W„ Washington 6, D. C. 
SZWED, FREDERICK, 3946 2nd St., S. W.. 

Washington 24, D. C, JO 2-161! 
TALBERT, PATRICIA, 4612 Sedgwick St.. 

N. W., Washington 16. D. C. EM 3-6887 
1'ALBOTT, JOAN. 1900 T St., S. E.. Wash- 
ington 20, D. C. LU 1-4171 
TALBOTT, LELAND E., 1111 I6th, N. 

Arlington, Va., JA 8-8878 
TALBOTT, ROBERT EDWARD, Glen Arm, 

Md. 
TALLEY, DAVID PAUL. 2118 17th St.. 

N. W., !, Washington 9, D. C, AD 4-6017 
TAPNER, DIANE TAYLOR, 4622 43rd St.. 

N. W„ Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-8278 
TAPNER, MICHAEL J., 4622 43rd St.. 

N. W.. Washington 16, D. C, EM 3-8278 
TARAKI. M. ALAM, Kabul, Afghanistan 
TARJOUMAN, MAHMOUD, Tarrus, Syria 
T«HJI, GABRIEL, 3425 16th St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C, HO 2-8014 
1AYLHARDAT, NORMA C, Ave.. Bolivar 

17, Maracay, Venezuela 
TAYLOR, JUDITH, Lucy Lane, LangJev 

Forest, McLean, Va. 
TAYLOR, LOUIS. Ill Westmont Ave., Had- 

donfield. N. J. 
TAYLOR, MARGARET M., 6013 8!th Ave., 

Hyattsville, Md.. SP 3-3119 
TEAGUE. GRETCHEN H.. 3601 39th St.. 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, EM 2-7606 
TEAGUE, JAMES M., 3601 39th St.. Apt. 334, 

Washington 16. D. C. EM 2-7606 
TEICH, JACK, 52 Cedar Dr., Gre-t Neck. 

N. Y. 
TElvNERY. BETTY T., 100 S. Ferry St . 

Rockville, Md. 
TERRELL. DANIEL. 382 Abbey Rd.. Man- 

hasset, L. I.. N. Y. 
TESSER, AARON. 108017 67th Ave., Forest 

Hills, N. Y. 
TETER, WILLIAM, 412 Oakwood St.. S. E . 

Washington 20. D. C, JO 2-4862 
THIEKE. RICHARD. 199 Brookside Ave.. 

Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 
THOMAS. CARROLL, 1316 23rd St., S 

Arlington. Va. 
THOMAS, EARL G.. 309 Wellington Rd.. 

Alexandria. Va., SO 5-7944 
THOMAS, EDWARD C, III. !43! Wootton 

Ave., Chew Chase 1!. Md., OL :-<9<| 
THOMAS, EDWIN R.. 104! Cathedral Ave.. 
N. W,. Washington 16, D. C. EM 3-8829 
THOMAS, FRANCIS E., 6808 Front Royal 

Rd., Springfield. Va.. CL 6-1692 
THOMAS, JOHN, 1218 N. Dinwiddie St.. 

Arlington !. Va. 
THOMSON. JAMES C. JR.. 5746 Chaseville 

Rd.. Jacksonville. Ela. 
THOMPSON, DAVID B., 6110 Broad Branch 

Rd.. Washington IS. D. C. 
THOMPSON. WENDELL. 202 N. Oakland 
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TIBBS, ALBERT, 2839 Minn. Ave., S. E., 

Washington 19, D. C. 
T1CHES, PETER C, 6231 26th Rd., N. 

Arlington 7, Va., JE 2-4878 
TILTON, BEVERLY, 118 N. Cleveland St., 

Arlington 1, V»„ JA 8-6722 
TINGLE, LARRY, 3822 T St., N. W , 

Washington 7, D. C, FE 3-1352 
TOBIAS, NANCY, 136 Putnam Ave., Free- 
port, N. Y. 
TOCHTERMAN, MARY, 301 Hopkins Rd.. 

Baltimore 12, Md., Drexel 7-6953 
TODD, JEANETTE M., 3942 Clay PI., N. E., 

Washington 19, D. C. 
TOLBERT, PATRICIA JEAN, 3334 Upland 

Terr., N. W., Washington IS, D. C, 

WO 6-49S4 
TOLLEFSON, ALICE L., 5068 Overlook Rd., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-3484 
TOM, DAVID N„ 19 W. Chesapeake Ave., 

Towson 4, Md. 
TOMPROS, FEFRONIA, 616 Nicholson St., 

N. W., Washington 11, D. C, RA 6-862) 
TONKIN, RONALD, 11 Cammann PL, 

Somerville, N. J. 
TORROS, ENSIDA E., 10 Rosick St., Ponce, 

Puerto Rico 
TOSELLI, MARCIA, 829 N. Union St., 

Wilmington 5, Del. 
TOURTELLOT, PETER, 1880 Palmer Ave., 

Larchmont. N. Y. 
TRE1GER, NANCY J., 2726 Ordway St.. 

N. W., Washington 8, D. C. 
TRENERY, DIANE V., 358 Main St., Keans- 

burg, N. J. 
TRENIS, PHILIP A.. 516 N. Howard St., 

Alexandria, Va., FL 4-3930 
TRIMBLE, JAMES L., 3111 Macomb St.. 

N. W., Washington 8, D. C, WO 6-7030 
TRUMP, CHARLES S., Fairfax St., Berkeley 

Springs, W. Va. 
TUCKER. BRUCE. 10007 Montauk Ave.. 

Bethesda 14, Md., OL 2-7793 
TUCKER, WALTER N., 8008 Custer Rd.. 

Bethesda 14. Md., OL 2-7681 
TUNCER, OROKALP, 2026 P. St., 1, Wash- 
ington. D. C, NO 7-0247 
TURELL, ROBERT, 162 Schenck Circle, 

Hewlett Harbor, N. Y. 
TURNER. DOROTHY, 1703 Lyman PI.. 

N. E., Washington 2, D. C, LI 7-4045 
TURNER, MARY. 1708 Grace Church Rd.. 

Silver Spring, Md. 
TURNER. VERNON, 1708 Grace Church Rd.. 

Silver Spring, Md. 
TUTSNAH, LOUISE. Ave. Prin. 10 La 

Costell, Caracas, Venezuela 
TYSON, BRADY B., 2004 N. Illinois St.. 

Arlington 5, Va. 
ULRICH, HENRY. JR.. Sunset Beach, Pasa- 

dena. Md. 
UPTON. JOHN A.. 1118 Va. Ave., S. W.. 

Washington, D. C. DI 7-795 1 
UYEHARA. MITSUO. 3118 Rodman St.. 

N. W., Washington 8, D. C. 
VAIL, RICHARD DAVID, 3640 Brandvwinc 

St., N. W., Washington 8, D. C, EM 

2-0949 
VALENTE. ANTHONY F.. JR.. Box 45. 

Ashton. Md., SP 4-9523 
VANDENBERG. CARLA. 42 Locust Dr., 

Summit, N. I. 
VANDERCOOK. LYNN B., JR.. 1388 Tew- 
kesbury PI., N. W.. Washington 12. D. C. 
VAN LOWE, WILLIAM T., 1604 Ladd St.. 

Silver Spring. Md., LO 4-8456 
VARELLAN, CHRIS A., 1501 N. Pierce St.. 

Arlington, Va.. IA 4-3391 
VASJUTA. GEORGE, Bridgeton Pike. Mill- 

ville, N. J. 
VAUGHAN. GARY. 110 Grant Ave., 

Somerset. Mass. 



VELEZ, BLANC A. E., Ruiz Rivera St., 

Box 6, Adjuntas, Puerto Rico 
VESPER, JAMES E., 5357 Reno Rd., N. W., 

Washington IS, D. C, EM 3-8161 
VEST, WILLIAM L., Bennet Rd., Hampden, 

Mass. 
VICTORY. NASSER, 11 Hallaly St., Kakh 

Ave., Teheran, Iran 
VIRAY, L1LIA S., 2440 16th St., N. W., 

Washington 9, D. C, HU 3-5647 
VOGEL, JEROME A., 126 E. 33rd St.. 

Paterson 4, N. J. 
VOLLMECKE, WALTER, 3020 Military Rd., 

N. W., Washington IS, D. C, EM 2-4145 
WADE, DARYLE ALEXIS, 3909 Joliet St.. 

Silver Spring, Md. 
WAGNER, KAREN A., Rt. 4, Box 32 H. 

McLean, Va. 
WALKER, ALVIN M., 424 15th St., N. E., 

Washington 2, D. C, LI 4-0S86 
WALKER, JEAN, 1920 Bennett PL, N. E., 

Washington, D. C. 
WALL, JOHN, 2018 Key Blvd., Arlington. 

Va. 
WALLACE, MARSH, 328 Missouri Ave., 

N. W., Washington, D. C, TU 2-4324 
WALLER, KENNETH WM., 4320 Monroe 

St., Colmar Manor, Md.. AP 7-9406 
WALT, DOROTHY E.. 3850 Tunlaw Rd.. 

Washington, D. C. 
WALTERS. JOHN EDWARD, SOS 62nd PL, 

N. E.. Washington 27, D. C. 
WALTERS. RICHARD M., 4515 S3rd St., 

N. W., Washington 16, D. C, WO 6-2084 
WALTZER, KAREN. 254 Princeton Dr.. 

River Edge, N. J. 
WANGLER, JOHN G., JR., 2134 30th St.. 

N. E., Washington IS. D. C, LA 6-1612 
WARD, CLIFTON STEWARD, 1715 P St.. 

N. W., 304. Washington 6, D. C. DU 

7-1170 
WARD, JOHN L., 2314 41st St.. N. W.. 

Washington, D. C. 
WARD, MARGARET. 219 W. Freedley St., 

Norristown. Penna. 
WARNER. ALVIN, JR., 2701 14th St., 

N. W., Washington 9. D. C. HU 3-7873 
WAROTO. 1506 21st St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C, AD 2-9790 
WATKINS. CHARLES. 2S0U N. Columbus 

St.. Arlington, Va., KE 6-8557 
WATSON, ROBERT H., 4616 S. 31st Rd.. 

Arlington 6. Va. 
WAUGAMAN, PAUL, 1114 Savannah Ave.. 

Pittsburgh 18, Penna. 
WEBB. JOHN. 402 Lake Ave., Milford. Del. 
WEBBER. WILDA ROLLYNE, 1908 F. St.. 

Iowa City, Iowa 
WEBER, ALICE H., 4014 Southway Ct.. 

Toledo, Ohio 
WEBER, Antionette K., Box 219, Rt. I. 

Oakton, Va. 
WEBER. THOMAS E., 54 Park Slope, Ridge- 
wood. N. 1. 
WEBSTER, DONALD, JR., 7826 Glenbrook 

Rd., Bethesda, Md., OL 2-5427 
WEBSTER, ELIZABETH. 79 Manhattan Ave., 

Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
WEIDNER, Harland L., 66 12 Will ...n PI., 

Falls Church. Va. 
WE1KEL, JOSEPH R.. Glen M. Rd.. 

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